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LF Investment has taken over commitments to buy two gas vessels from Lauritzen Kosan. The pictured vessel is not one of them.

Owner used subsidiary to aid J. Lauritzen through 2016

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On several occasions, Lauritzen Fonden has used a subsidiary to provide financial aid to its dry bulk carrier J. Lauritzen during 2016. ShippingWatch outlines the shipping activities in the fund's investment company LF Investment.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 03.01.17 at 10:32

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