Another Copenship company files for bankruptcy

A third part of Copenship - Copenship Management - has filed for bankruptcy today, Wednesday. 24 employees have had their contracts with the company terminated.

Copenship Management has filed for bankruptcy today, Wednesday, according to the Danish Maritime and Commercial High Court.

This is the third Copenship entity to file for bankruptcy within a period of around one week. Copenship A/S and Copenship Bulkers were forced to file for bankruptcy on Tuesday last week. In this regard, CEO Michael Fenger told ShippingWatch that the bankruptcies would not at that time impact the company's employees, as they were employed under Copenship Management.

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