China-flagged containership Hong Chang Sheng was arrested in Singapore waters on Wednesday (22 March).
The 28,879 DWT vessel was added to the list of vessels under Sheriff’s arrest in Singapore’s court system.
According to the list, the vessel was arrested at 2.32am and the arresting solicitor listed was law firm Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP. The ship is currently held at Singapore’s Eastern Anchorage.
No further details regarding the reason behind the arrest were provided in the list.
According to maritime analytics provider Marine Traffic, the vessel was built in 1999, 24 years ago.
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Photo credit: Marine Traffic/ Piet Sinke
Published: 28 March, 2023
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