Uljanik Plovidba Disposes of Its Oldest Ship

Croatian ship management company Uljanik Plovidba has disposed of Levan, a 2006-built bulk carrier.

The 53,688 dwt ship was delivered to an undisclosed buyer at the Port of Zhoushan in China on February 26.

Back in November 2017, Uljanik Plovidba agreed the sale for USD 8.3 million, VesselsValue’s data show.

As informed, the disposal is in line with Uljanik Plovidba’s 2030 Development Strategy.

Built at China’s New Century Shipbuilding, the Supramax bulker was the oldest vessel in the company’s fleet.

World Maritime News Staff

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