Hafnia Tankers orders four Handysize from Hyundai

Hafnia Tankers is in the midst of a solid fleet expansion. The shipping company has raised an additional USD 75 million and has now placed an order for four Handysize tankers with Hyundai Mipo shipyard.

Newly established tanker carrier Hafnia Tankers has raised USD 75 million from the private placement announced by the carrier in mid-November. According to ShippingWatch's sources the funds have already been activated, as Hafnia Tankers has placed an order for four Handysize product tankers from Korean shipyard Hyundai Mipo Dockyard. The ships are set to be delivered from early 2015.

In addition to the agreement concerning the four ships, the company has secured an option for delivery of two additional ships.

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