Croatian company Uljanik Plovidba has sold its 2006-built supramax bulker Levan to an undisclosed buyer. The amount and other details of the deal have not been disclosed.
According to Seebiz, the company said that its latest deal was in compliance with the ‘Ulovanik’s Navigation Development Strategy – 2030’. MB Levan, a 53688 dwt bulk cargo ship, was also the oldest vessel in the company’s fleet.
“The fleet renewal program started in 2005 and weighs around USD 540 million. As part of the program, 9 newbuildings built in domestic shipyards and 3 secondhand vessels have been taken up to date, and 2 new ships are expected to be delivered in the next year,” the company added.
Sea News, February 27