Klaveness Group divest ships and halves container fleet

Family-owned Norwegian shipping company Klaveness has sold four smaller container ships for a profit, Group CEO Lasse Kristoffersen says to Finansavisen.

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Klaveness Group has taken stock of the growth in ship values in the container segment and has sold off four smaller container ships, writes Norwegian business daily Finansavisen.

The family-owned Norwegian carrier, which is big in the dry bulk segment, also owns eight smaller container ships but primarily sees container ships as a financial investment.

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