Carsten Mortensen's Dee4 fund buys new ship

Shipping fund Dee4 Capital Partners, headed by Carsten Mortensen, has just settled its fifth ship acquisition, Mortensen confirms in comments to ShippingWatch.

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Maritime investment company Dee4 Capital Partners, headed by former Norden and BW Group CEO Carsten Mortensen, has made another vessel acquisition.

The fund has just bought its fifth ship, a 47,400 dwt MR2 tanker from 2009. The ship was bought from Japanese Fuyo Kaiun, according to ship database Vessels Value.

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