NEW REEFERSHIPS FOR PACIFIC TRADE

Workmanlike ship from Japan: reefer Boyang Bering pictured after delivery in the Kanmon Strait (credit: Kyokuyo Shipbuilding).

Although the containerised mode and major container lines now command by far the greatest share of seaborne refrigerated cargo, specialist breakbulk reefer operators have implemented a clutch of newbuild projects in recent years, writes David Tinsley.

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