Leif Hough Sells Three Ships

Wednesday, January 26, 2000
Norway's Leif Hoegh said that Unicool -- its fully owned unit -- sold three reefers for a total of just over $27 million. The sales prices was close to the book value, Leif Hoegh said in a statement to the Oslo bourse. It said Unicool had sold the vessels Baltic Spirit, built in 1986, Lincoln Spirit, built in 1987 and Tasman Spirit from 1988.

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