Hafnia's listing becomes investors' test of shipping shares

How the market develops in the coming years could be decisive for investors' interest in shipping, says Hafnia CEO Mikael Skov. As such, the listing of the tanker ship operator's shares becomes a test of whether capital will still find its way to shipping.

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"Product tanker has never had a problem with demand," says Hafnia CEO Mikael Skov.

Customers quite simply want more oil and more refined oil products, so the problem has solely been the shipping companies lack of discipline in terms of ordering new ships and keeping the old, scrap-ready ones in operation.

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