Tor Olav Trøim divests a considerable share of 2020 Bulkers

The owner of dry bulk company 2020 Bulkers, Tor Olav Trøim, and Ubon Partners have both sold shares for more than USD 36 million in the company.

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Monday evening, more than 14 percent of dry bulk company 2020 Bulkers was up for grabs on the Oslo Stock Exchange after owner Tor Olav Trøim and Ubon Partners put shares in the company up for sale.

Both parties' shares have already been sold, informs a press release, with the sales amount surpassing NOK 300 million (USD 36 million).

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