Maersk Tankers sells ships to Swedish ship owner

Maersk Tankers has sold the tanker segment Small Northwest Europe, currently managed by Broström, to the Swedish Thun Group.

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Maersk Tankers has sold the so-called Small Northwest Europe segment to Swedish Thun Group. 12 of a total of 13 ships are already 50 percent owned by Thun, while Broström owns the other 50 percent, says Maersk Tankers in a press release.

Analysts: Sale of Broström vessels costly for Maersk 

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