Struggling Dof's creditors reject postponement of payments

A group of creditors in offshore ship operator Dof says no to postponing the company's payments till December. The creditors say the company has provided insufficient information.

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Struggling offshore ship operator Dof has asked its creditors for a postponement of payments until Dec. 20, but a series of creditors reject this request.

The argument is that Dof has failed to provide sufficient information for the creditors to assess the request, reports Norwegian media Sysla.

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