Photo credit: Meadway Shipping & Trading

Greece-based Meadway Shipping & Trading is adding one more vessel to its fleet portfolio with the signing of a new build Ultramax with Japanese Shipyard Tsuneishi Shipbuilding, on the 4th of May.

No price has been revealed by the company for the new building Ultramax Tess ’64 scrubber fitted vessel.

This is the third new building Ultramax Tess ’64 scrubber fitted, which the company has contracted from the same shipyard, with expected delivery in the second quarter of 2026. With this addition, Meadway Shipping expects to construct 7 Japanese Newbuilding Bulk Carriers.

“Meadway Shipping and Trading Inc remains dedicated to expanding its fleet with high-specification and eco-friendly new buildings built at Japanese shipyards,” as announced in the social media by Meadway.

Meadway, established in 1988, is a ship management company and operator, managing a dry bulk fleet of currently 11 kamsarmax to handysize vessels of a total cargo carrying capacity of about 705,500 deadweight.

Meadway’s vessels are able to trade worldwide in a multitude of trade routes carrying a wide range of dry cargoes such us iron ore, coal, grains, bauxite, fertilizers, agriproducts & steel products.