Allseas acquires Japanese handy bulker

Allseas acquires Japanese handy bulker

Greek handy bulker operator Allseas Inc has acquired the 2011-built 28,400 dwt handy bulker Haruka from Japanese owner Fukusei Sangyo.

According to shipbroking sources, the Japanese-built vessel was sold for a price of $7m. MSI values the vessel at $11.1m while VesselsValue places it at $9.43m.

Allseas Inc currently operates a fleet of five handy bulkers with an average age of 17 years.

 

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    Kostas Bessas
    August 5, 2019 at 3:25 pm

    Dear Jason,
    Suggest on the above article to clarify which allseas has acquired said unit.

    thanks in advance for Clarification