Nordic Shipholding still negotiating with potential merger partner

Nordic Shipholding is still negotiating with an unidentified company on a potential merger. The corona crisis and economic uncertainty have made the conditions tougher, but Chair Knud Pontoppidan is confident the firm will succeed.

Knud Pontoppidan, chairman at Nordic Shipholding, is still confident it is possible to secure a merger with a new partner, although the corona crisis has created economic uncertainty. | Photo: PR / Nordic Shipholding

Negotiations continue between Danish shipping company Nordic Shipholding and a potential merger partner, even though the coronavirus has created uncertainty about access to funding in general.

At the end of 2019, the listed company initiated talks with a company that is also active within product tanker.

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