Carsten Mortensen's fund takes delivery of first two vessels

Maritime investment fund Dee4 Capital Partners, led by Carsten Mortensen, takes delivery of its first two product tankers. The fund previously informed that it has entered agreements on three vessels in total.

Carsten Mortensen, former CEO of Norden and BW Group, is a founding partner at Dee4 Capital. | Photo: Mathias Svold/ERH

Newly founded Danish shipping fund Dee4 Capital Partners, which includes several well-known investors, has taken delivery of its first two vessels.

The two vessels are Japanese product tankers Orient Express and Citrus Express, which have now been renamed Dee4 Cedar and Dee4 Acacia, shows the fund's website.

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