Hansa Heavy Lift has started sale of ships

Hansa Heavy Lift has sold the ship that has been idle off Denmark's Port of Aarhus since December, according to ShippingWatch's sources. As such, the insolvent shipping company has now started to sell vessels from its fleet to raise money to pay creditors.

HHL har ligget stille ud for Aarhus siden 19. december, hvor det blev arresteret på anmodning fra en kreditor til Hansa Heavy Lift. Det er nu solgt. | Photo: Morten Bach/ITF

Insolvent shipping company Hansa Heavy Lift has now started to sell its fleet to raise money for its creditors.

ShippingWatch has learned from two centrally placed sources familiar with the process that ship HHL Amur has been sold to a new owner.

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