MPC Container Ships secures new credit facility and divests six vessels

With the sale of six smaller vessels and a new credit agreement in place, MPC Container Ships strengthens its balance sheet.

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Shipowner MPC Container Ships secures a new credit facility of USD 180 million and sells six vessels for a total price of USD 135 million, writes the carrier in an announcement.

With the new credit facility and the divestment of ships, MPC Container Ships aims to strengthen its financial standing in order to make dividend payouts to shareholders.

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