South Korea’s Sinokor Service provider Marine has been named as the vendor of three 2016-built capesize bulk carriers in two separate offers value a complete of practically $130m.

Xclusiv Shipbrokers have linked the Seoul-based proprietor to a double sale of scrubbed-fitted Chow and Comanche (pictured) to shoppers of Mittal.

The 181,000 dwt models will fetch $43.5m every. VesselsValue estimates the ships as value $38.37m and $38m, respectively.

In the meantime, a number of brokers report Sinokor offloading the 181,100 dwt Contamines to a Greek purchaser for round $42m, with Allied putting Piraeus-based Neda Maritime Company behind the deal.

The gross sales add to final month’s $18.8m cope with the John Coustas-led boxship tonnage supplier, Danaos, for the 175.879 dwt 2009-built West Dealer.

As bulker and container tonnage continues to exit Sinokor’s fleet, the corporate has been busy buying tankers, with 4 VLCCs snapped up from Oman’s Asyad Delivery between July and September.