CMB Unit Sells LNG Vessel for $65m

Thursday, June 14, 2007
Shipping group CMB said its unit Bocimar International has sold its liquified natural gas (LNG) Panamax vessel Jiangnan 2346 for $65m. The group will realise a capital gain on 32 mln usd from the sale on delivery of the vessel, scheduled to take place in the course of the first quarter of 2008. Bocimar has ordered in a joint venture with Wah Kwong two newbuilding Handymax vessels from Chengxi Shipyard, China. The delivery of the vessels is scheduled to take place in March and August 2009. Source: AFX
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