Shipcraft sells out and shuts down

Without much ado, the wind-swept carrier Shipcraft has shut down, writes Danish paper Børsen. The carrier was not successful in recovering after the long lasting hostage case.

Shipcraft is mostly known in the eye of the public for the long lasting pirate situation where the sailors on the M/V Leopard were taken hostage, and now the carrier has shut down activities. The headquarters in Denmark have been sold, the ships are gone, the employees let go and now only a registration number remains, writes Danish newspaper Børsen, referring to the Danish registration of companies.

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