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BW LPG now owns 92.7 percent of Aurora

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Gas carrier BW LPG has secured a stake of 92.71 percent in Aurora LPG following an offer period. "We remain confident that the combination of BW LPG and Aurora LPG will create a stronger player in the challenging environment in the LPG shipping industry," says CEO Martin Ackermann.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 06.12.16 at 12:55

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