Media: Late payments create problems for PIL

According to Lloyd's List, container shipping line PIL is behind on its bunker payments. Sources say that at least one supplier is considering arresting ships. A spokesperson form the shipping company denies financial problems.

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Pacific International Lines (PIL) could risk having several of its ships arrested, as the shipping company has allegedly not paid its bills on time, reports Lloyd's List.

According to Lloyd's List Intelligence's credit rating bureau, at least one major bunker supplier is considering arresting ships from the container shipping line due to large exposure and delayed payments.

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