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HSH Nordbank sells three Hanjin vessels

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German shipping bank HSH Nordbank has sold three former Hanjin vessels at an auction in Rotterdam. The ships were previously owned by a charterer who has accrued a sizeable debt to the bank.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 08.12.16 at 11:08

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