Danish shipping tycoon withdraws from shipping investments

For a long time, one of the two founders of the Danish carrier Unifeeder, shipping tycoon Tonny Dalhøj Paulsen, has been looking for the right moment to return to shipping with a group of investors. Now the plans are scrapped, he tells ShippingWatch.

A lot of people in the shipping industry have been waiting to see when the large return from the selling of Danish Unifeeder of several hundred million dollars was to be reinvested in tonnage or shipping companies.

According to ShippingWatch sources, one of the two partners behind the Danish feeder carrier Unifeeder, the almost 70 years old Tonny Dalhøj Paulsen, has long been searching for the right opportunity to place a part of his fortune of approximately USD 181.4 million in ships again, not least in the bulk sector.

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