Maersk shareholder KLP has changed its view on beaching after Alang trip

Norwegian pension fund KLP, which owns shares in Maersk and Stolt-Nielsen, has previously rejected approval of the use of beaching facilities. But after visiting Alang in India, the investor has now softened its stance.

Norway's biggest pension fund, KLP, has changed its stance on shipping companies using yards that are not approved by the EU, which use the controversial beaching method in which ships are dismantled in the tidal zone. Photo: ShippingWatch / Louise Vogdrup-Schmidt

Log in to read our articles

Welcome to ShippingWatch. A part of our content is exclusive and reserved for our users.

Try ShippingWatch for 14 days.

Get a trial subscription here.

Do you want a trial subscription with multiple users for yourself and your colleagues?

Read more about your options and find the contact information to our sales team here.

Related articles

Latest news


See all

See all