Creditors have arrested six Hansa Heavy vessels

Hansa Heavy Lift, which is close to being declared insolvent, has now had six ships arrested in total. However, creditors will have to wait a little longer before submitting claims against the Hamburg-based carrier.

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Creditors have now arrested six vessels from distressed German carrier Hansa Heavy Lift, which filed for insolvency in December following several years of financial difficulties.

Shortly before Christmas, World Fuel Services arrested four vessels in order to claim back money for fuel purchases made by Hansa Heavy Lift. Since then, another two ships have been arrested, informs a spokesperson from the provisional administrator, Christoph Morgen, appointed by the insolvency court in Hamburg.

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