Greek shipping company Aims Shipping has been revealed as the buyer of 2009-built Pavimar supramax Queen P.
Brokers reported the sale of the Imarbari-built ship late last year for a price of around $12.4m to Greek buyers.
Splash can reveal Aims Shipping as the buyer, with the vessel already delivered and renamed to Seven Lady.
The sale gives Pavimar a tidy profit of around $2.4m in the space of seven months, having only completed the acquisition of the bulker (then named Chavin Queen) from Japan’s NS United Kaiun Kaisha for around $10m in May 2017.
Aims Shipping, establish by ex-EastMed execs Stefanos Pesmazoglou and Michael Stasinopoulos in 2011, now has a fleet of seven vessels made up of two feeder containerships and five bulkers.