New Ferry Line Formed

Monday, January 15, 2001
Atteshlis Shipping clinched a deal with Poseidon Lines Shipping of Liberia to operate a ferry line in the Mediterranean under a new subsidiary, it said. The subsidiary, Poseidon Lines Holdings, will operate the Sea Harmony vessel which transports cargo on the Greece-Cyprus-Israel route. Atteshlis Shipping will pay $3 million for a 51 percent stake of the new concern, with Poseidon Lines the remaining 49 percent, Atteshlis said in a statement to the Cyprus Stock Exchange. The agreement is subject to the approval of the island's central bank since it includes the export of currency. - (Reuters)
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