Two parts of dry bulk operator Copenship went bankrupt on Tuesday, namely the two entities Copenship A/S and Copenship Bulkers, and law firm Lett is currently acting as trustee for the estate.
Meanwhile, numerous lawyers from other firms are working full steam to secure a restructuring deal for the remaining parts of the Danish carrier - because there is at this time a semblance of hope for the rest of the company. The two companies Copenship MPP and Copenship might be able to keep operating, CEO Michael Fenger tells ShippingWatch.
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