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Dorian irritated by comments from BW LPG

What was likely intended to be an icebreaker in the frozen contact between BW LPG and Dorian seems to have had the opposite effect. Dorian is irritated by statements made by BW LPG Chief Executive Martin Ackermann to media, including ShippingWatch.

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Contact between acquisition-eager BW LPG and Dorian LPG has been at a standstill for several months, and as BW LPG Chief Executive Martin Ackermann recently told ShippingWatch, the Singapore-based shipping group is just waiting for a response.

"It's been quiet now for eight weeks from the other side, and we're sitting here hoping that a response will come at some point," said Ackermann to ShippingWatch in connection with the publication of BW LPG's laetst results.

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