Lauritzen's head of dry cargo steps down

J. Lauritzens' head of dry cargo, Peter Borup, has stepped down from the carrier "following mutual agreement." The carrier is currently struggling to settle a refinancing agreement. The head of Lauritzen's gas vessels will serve as interim head of dry cargo.

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J. Lauritzen's head of dry cargo, Peter Borup, will leave the carrier "following mutual agreement," sources tell ShippingWatch.

The decision comes while J. Lauritzen is in the midst of a difficult situation, as the carrier has for weeks attempted without success to settle a refinancing deal with its banks and owners, an agreement which a series of bondholders have repeatedly rejected.

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