Hafnia: New business models for pools are needed

With pool partners often demanding regular payments in an age when other operations could be suffering, there is a need to inject capital up front in this business model, says Anders Engholm, CEO of Hafnia Management.

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New ways of running tanker pools are needed, believes Anders Engholm, CEO of Hafnia Management.

“It is commercially challenging to operate a pool of vessels when the fixtures are set, the voyages run and the contracts completed and paid on, before the pool gets its revenue,” says Anders Engholm to Lloyd’s List.

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