Axis Offshore postpones delivery of hotel vessel again

Axis Offshore, owned by Lauritzen Fonden and equity fund Hitec Vision, has once again postponed the delivery of hotel vessel Axis Nova. The offshore company extended its original deal to August next year.

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Axis Offshore, owned by Lauritzen Fonden and the equity fund Hitec Vision, has postponed the delivery of a hotel vessel once again.

The company informs in a statement to the Oslo Stock Exchange that a deal has been made with shipbuilder Cosco to postpone the delivery of Axis Nova to August 20th next year. This is the second time that the delivery is delayed, and the latest postponement is an extension of the deal which expired in September.

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