Antwerp-headquartered Ebe, led by Basile Aloy, has recently taken over 2016-built 61,000dwt bulker Aquaprima from low key Monaco-based outfit Carras.
No price for the deal has been revealed, but the ship has already changed name to La Stella and flagged in Belgium.
Ebe has also been linked to a United Ocean bulker, with brokers suggesting it has snapped up the 2009-built 81,600dwt United Serenity for US$12.35m, a firm price with VesselsValue setting the value of the ship at US$12.07m.
At the end of May, Splash reported that Ebe had acquired its first cape, the 2012-built Shining Dragon, for US$26.5m. The vessel was acquired from another embattled Japanese owner, Daiichi Chuo, and renamed El Grasso.
Ebe has stated it is in the market for high quality dry bulk tonnage, from supramaxes to capesizes, taking advantage of the current low price environment to build up a fleet fast.