Supporting the Export of Multipurpose Vessels Built in Japanese Shipyards
Supporting exports from Japan utilizing buyer's credit for the export of ships

  • Area: Asia
  • Marine and Aerospace

JBIC concluded buyer's credit agreements with IMC Holdings Limited (IMC) Group, a major shipping operator in Singapore, to fund the purchase of four multipurpose vessels. Based in Singapore, IMC is one of the major integrated shipping operators in Asia. These loans are intended to finance IMC's purchase of a total of four vessels, comprising two 64,400 DWT)*1 and two 64,300 DWT multipurpose vessels, to be built by Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., a Japanese shipbuilding company. These loans are intended to support the export of ships built in a Japanese shipyard that performs a significant role in the regional economy and associated industries, including mid-tier enterprises and SME.
  1. *1Dead weight ton (DWT) refers to the total carrying capacity of a vessel, including freight, fuel, food, drink, water, ship's crew and their personal effects.
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