Rickmers Maritime in trouble again

Bondholders in Singapore-based Rickmers Maritime have voted against a restructuring of the financially ailing company. The question of whether or not Rickmers Maritime will be able to survive is once again on the table.

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Bondholders in container company Rickmers Maritime, based in Singapore, have spoken – and they have said no to the restructuring of the company that was on the table at an extraordinary meeting at the company, informs Rickmers Maritime in a statement.

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