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Rickmers gets banks' approval to sell its last vessels

The bank syndicate led by HSH Nordbank has approved the sale of the last nine vessels from Rickmers Maritime Trust to Greek carrier Navios, reveals the company.

Photo: PR-foto/Rickmers Maritime

Greek carrier Navios can now overtake the entire container fleet from Rickmers Maritime Trust, after the latter threw the down the towel in April. The bank syndicate lead by HSH Nordbank has approved the sale of the last nine vessels from Rickmers reveals the carrier in a press release.

The fund is expecting to be able to carry out the sale of the nine vessels within a few days to a USD 54 million price. When all expenses are paid, the bank syndicate will be left with USD 27 million.

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