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M/V for ship breaking activity

M/V for ship breaking activity
Hariyana Ship Breakers Ltd has purchased a Multipurpose Cargo Ship named M V COMMANDER for US$ 1.71 million for ship breaking activity.

Hariyana Ship Breakers Ltd has purchased a Multipurpose Cargo Ship named M V COMMANDER for US$ 1.71 million for ship breaking activity.

Hariyana Ship Breakers Ltd has announced that the Company has purchased a Multipurpose Cargo Ship named M V COMMANDER weighing 6977 mt. from Shasta Shipping Ltd, Gibraltar for US$ 1.71 million for ship breaking activity.

The stock closed the day at Rs.37.45, up by Rs.1.50 or 4.17%. The stock hit an intraday high of Rs.38.25 and low of Rs.34.05.

The total traded quantity was 205 compared to 2 week average of 1778.

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