Bergesen Sells Gas Carriers

Thursday, May 15, 2003
Bergesen has sold the gas carriers Havsol and Havbris, both 12,000 cbm, built in 1976 and 1977 respectively. Havsol was s old for scrap, while Havbris was sold to Greek interests for continued operation. Delivery is expected to take place within end of May 2003. The sale will generate an insignificant sales profit in secondBergesen Sell Gas Carriers Bergesen has sold the gas carriers Havsol and Havbris, both 12,000 cbm, built in 1976 and 1977 respectively. Havsol was sold for scrap, while Havbris was sold to Greek interests for continued operation. Delivery is expected to take place within end of May 2003. The sale will generate an insignificant sales profit in second quarter 2003.

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