Hanjin's fleet down to 21 vessels

Hanjin Shipping, currently under court receivership, has 21 vessels left, of which ten are empty of cargo and four are under arrest, calculates Alphaliner. The vessels' fate will be decided at the end of November when the carrier is expected to present a rehabilitation plan.

Photo: PR-foto/Hanjin Shipping

South Korea's largest container carrier, Hanjin Shipping, is rapidly approaching the next deadline in its battle for survival.

The carrier now has 21 vessels left in its fleet, after 81 container vessels were returned to their owners as a part of a cleanup at the collapsed carrier, whose interim management will present a restructuring proposal for its creditors and the country's government on November 25.

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