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Moby sells ageing ro-ro to Unity Line

Moby sells ageing ro-ro to Unity Line

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Compagnia Italiana di Navigazione, once public ferry operator Tirrenia and now owned by Moby, has sold ro-ro vessel Puglia to Polish shipping company Unity Line.

The Milan-based group officially announced on the Luxembourg stock exchange that the vessel had been “sold to a foreign purchaser” and will net is around €15m cash.

At the end of the last year Moby CEO, Alessandro Onorato, announced in Malta that the company is increasing the size of its fleet by introducing three new cargo ships, adding to its presence in the Maltese market.

Two new vessels are due to be delivered to Moby late in 2018.

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