Nordic Tankers sold to Japan's MOL

Chemical tanker carrier Nordic Tankers has a new owner. After six years, equity fund Triton has decided to sell the shipping company to Japan's MOL Chemical Tankers.

Danish chemical tanker shipping company Nordic Tankers has been sold to Japan's MOL, informs the company in a press release.

Nordic Tankers has been owned by equity fund Triton since 2011. On Tuesday, the fund has decided to cash in on its investment with a sale to Japanese MOL Chemical Tankers, which is listed in Singapore.

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