Maersk Broker and Lightship cancel planned partnership

Ambitious dry bulk venture is canceled as Lightship Chartering and Maersk Broker were unable to agree on the terms for LMB Bulk Chartering, Morten Have (photo), chairman of Lightship Chartering, confirms to ShippingWatch.

The planned joint venture between Maersk Broker and Lightship Chartering has now been called off. Morten Have, chairman of Lightship Chartering, confirms this fact to ShippingWatch.

"I can confirm that we were unable to complete our letter of intent, but that we will maintain a close cooperation going forward," says Morten Have in a text message to ShippingWatch.

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