Dry bulk carrier Mercator Lines, which is listed in Singapore, has been put up for sale by the carrier's controlling stakeholder, India's Mercator, informs the company in a statement on Monday.
The carrier booked a deficit after taxes of USD 125 million, and the company has been running at significant deficits for years during the protracted crisis in the dry bulk sector, according to the statement.
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