Ardmore CEO open to the right merger despite rejecting Hafnia

Ardmore Shipping CEO Anthony Gurnee says there are constantly ongoing talks on potential mergers. But it has to be the right offer, he adds. Ardmore recently turned down a merger offer from competitor Hafnia.

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Ardmore Shipping is constantly in talks about the possibility of a merger, but they are kept behind closed doors, and it is crucial that any potential transaction makes sense to the company's stakeholders, says CEO Anthony Gurnee.

His comment comes after the tanker company rejected an offer to merge with competitor Hafnia.

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