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Medkon Lines pays US$4 million to acquire its largest boxship

Medkon Lines has acquired its largest vessel to date, according to Alphaliner, from Sea Consortium.

The Turkish container shipping company paid approximately US$4 million for the boxship X-Press Brahmaputra, which has a box capacity of 1,162 TEUs and was built in 1997.

The container ship will be renamed Medkon Mira and Medkon Lines will now operate a total of 13 vessels.

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