Euronav sells oldest tanker vessel and earns USD 9.3 million

Tanker carrier Euronav has sold eight tanker vessels (four Suezmax, four VLCC) since the beginning of 2020. Most recently, the company has divested its oldest vessel and earned USD 9.3 million in the sale.

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Belgian carrier Euronav continues the renewal of its fleet with the sale of Suezmax vessel Filikon to an unknown Chinese buyer for the price of USD 16.3 million.

The carrier earns a profit of USD 9.3 million, Euronav informs.

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