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Spliethoff in talks to buy remaining Hansa Heavy ships

Spliethoff Group is mere details away from acquiring the last six ships from insolvent Hansa Heavy Lift's fleet, ShippingWatch has learned. Once the transactions are finalized, the Dutch shipping group will have bought 11 ships.

HHL Fremantle vil ifølge ShippingWatchs oplysninger blive omdøbt til Poolgracht, når handlen går igennem. | Photo: Hansa Heavy Lift

Splitehoff Group is close to buying the last remaining ships from bankrupt shipping company Hansa Heavy Lift.

As previously reported by ShippingWatch, the Dutch shipping group has already acquired five ships from the Hamburg-based shipping company. Thie sales went through a month and a half after Hansa Heavy Lift filed for insolvency in mid-December 2018.

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