The Singapore-registered oil tankers Ocean Rose (IMO 9858785) and Ocean Falcon (IMO 9399167) have been detained at Singapore port on 22 June and 18 June respectively, according to information from the Supreme Court.
The registered owner for the 2021 build, 34,800 dwt Ocean Rose is Ocean Tankers Pte Ltd; while the registered owner for the 2007 build 8,864 dwt Ocean Falcon is Da An Shipping Pte Ltd, show information from an online database.
Detentions are believed to be in line with latest developments taken by parties related to the collapse of Hin Leong Trading Pte ltd.
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Published: 28 June, 2021
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