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Maersk to announce major corporate reshuffle, a landmark decision in the OW Bunker legal battle, a record investment from Celcius and known shipping personality's farewell to Kromann Reumert were among ShippingWatch's top headlines this week.

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Huge organizational reshuffle at Maersk

Maersk will very soon present a major corporate reorganization as the culmination of two years of divestments and streamlining, several sources told ShippingWatch this week.

Maersk to announce major corporate reshuffle


Landmark ruling in favour of OW Bunker

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Kasper Palsnov.
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Kasper Palsnov.

The Danish liquidator of OW Bunker has won its first battle in a landmark case against major bank ING. The case is one of the possibilities for creditors to scrape money together after the bunker company's bankruptcy, says liquidator.

OW estate takes first strike in the battle for USD 100 million

Landmark ruling on OW Bunker bankruptcy


Competitor takes home Kromann Reumert's key shipping personality

Photo: Kromann Reumert
Photo: Kromann Reumert

After 36 years with the firm, Kromann Reumert's key figure Henrik Thal Jantzen has decided to try something new with a smaller, but more specialized law firm Hafnia Law, which focuses on shipping, insurance and litigation.


Celsius invests heavily in LNG

Photo: Breakwater Shipping
Photo: Breakwater Shipping

Celsius' record investment is a 25-year bet on the gas market


Also read: new giant sails, new multipurpose operator Baltnav, 28, 000 oil jobs.

Wind propelling Maersk Tankers' oil transport 

Investment in Singapore gives Baltnav huge boost 

Up to 28,000 new Norwegian oil jobs ahead

English Edit: Lena Rutkowsk

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