The Atalanta and Babylon, two 24,205.3 dwt medium range (MR) tankers owned by Coastal Logistics Pte Ltd, are scheduled to undergo auction at the Sheriff's Department at Supreme Court of Singapore.
Interested parties are required to submit bids with deposit of SG $50,000 in local cashier’s order by 3pm on Wednesday (23 April) to the Sheriff’s Office.
The net value of bunkers on board Atalanta is SG $326,773.17, while the net value of bunkers on board Babylon is SG $234,789.78; the non-negotiable amounts are excluded from the sale and have to be paid by the purchaser.
A complete coverage of the events leading to the current development has been arranged by Singapore bunker publication Manifold Times (in descending date order) below:
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Published: 22 April, 2019
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