June 2010, CECO has sold its entire stake (74.33%) in Eitzen Bulk Shipping A/S (“Eitzen Bulk Shipping”) to Navieras Ultragas Ltda. at an agreed purchase price of $93MM. CECO do not own any shares in Eitzen Bulk Shipping.
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Famous quotes containing the word bulk:
“The bulk of mankind believe in two gods. They are under one dominion here in the house, as friend and parent, in social circles, in letters, in art, in love, in religion; but in mechanics, in dealing with steam and climate, in trade, in politics, they think they come under another.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The truth is that a Pigmy and a Patagonian, a Mouse and a Mammoth, derive their dimensions from the same nutritive juices.... [A]ll the manna of heaven would never raise the Mouse to the bulk of the Mammoth.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
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—Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards (18421911)