Pan Ocean

Restructured South Korean shipowner and operator (previously STX Pan Ocean) Pan Ocean has published plans to delist its shares from the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Pan Ocean announced that the company will offer to buy up shares at $6.56 each. Pan Ocean answered the delisting is not a take-private exercise as the Pan Ocean plans to maintain its primary listing on the Korea Exchange (KRX). According to South Korean shipowner and operator Pan Ocean keeping its dual listing status channels to numerous compliance and costs and that these resources could be properly spent on business operations. South Korean shipowner and operator Pan Ocean has not carried out any action to boost cash funding on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) since 2015. Pan Ocean delisting is subject to the approval of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and both the delisting and exit offer will be conditional on obtaining endorsement from shareholders at the general meeting. In Q1 2021, South Korean shipowner and operator Pan Ocean reported an operating profit of $43.3 million. Currently, Pan Ocean controls around 221 bulk carriers. 14-June-2021

 

Restructured South Korean shipowner and operator (previously STX Pan Ocean) Pan Ocean has been trying to sell its oldest capesize bulk carrier for demolition. Pan Ocean wants to scrap 1998 built capesize bulk carrier 149K DWT MV New Joy. Currently, Pan Ocean is anticipated to earn around $5 million from MV New Joy demolition. 8-June-2020

 

Restructured South Korean shipowner and operator (previously STX Pan Ocean) Pan Ocean has reported net earnings of $83 million in 2016 comparing to $34 million in 2015. STX Pan Ocean was taken over by the Korean Harim Group in May 2015. Furthermore, after restructuring the Pan Ocean process, Pan Ocean bought dry bulk carriers from former Hanjin Shipping for $42 million in total. Pan Ocean has also ordered seven (7) newbuilding bulk carriers at Singapore-listed Yangzijiang Shipbuilding. 3-April-2017