Uni-Tankers divests two 15-year-old vessels

The USTC group’s tanker operator, Uni-Tankers, has sold two ships of 18,000 dwt each to German carrier Carl F. Peters for a total price of USD 24m, according to VesselsValue.

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Tanker operator Uni-Tankers, which is owned by the USTC group, has divested two vessels to Hamburg-based shipping company Carl F. Peters, according to VesselsValue.

The sale concerns tankers Jutlandia Swan and Selandia Swan of 18,000 dwt each, providing Uni-Tankers with USD 11.6m and 12.4m, respectively.

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