Höegh Autoliners ASA - Sale of Höegh Masan

Höegh Masan
DATE 22.11.2021

Oslo, 22 November 2021: Today, Höegh Autoliners ASA (the “Company”) accepted an offer for the sale of Höegh Masan (IMO 9166704) for a purchase price of USD 12,530,000 (incl. dry dock spares and equipment for a total value of approximately USD 400,000). Höegh Masan was built in 1998, has a cargo capacity of 4,300 CEU and a book value of USD 4,100,000. The vessel is expected to be delivered to its new owners in Q1 2022.

For further information, please contact:

Andreas Enger, CEO
+47 901 31 228

Per Øivind Rosmo, CFO
+47 400 39 938

Media contact:
Safia Reddy, Head of Communications
+47 400 39 857

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