New ownership structure underway for Christiania Shipping

Norwegian shipping magnate Axel Eitzen plans to gather the ownership behind chemical tanker operator Christiania Shipping, formerly Herning Shipping, with other shipping activities.

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Norwegian chemical tanker company Christiania Shipping, formerly Herning Shipping, and several other shipping activities encompassing a dry bulk vessel and three gas tankers are set to be joined under a new ownership structure this fall, reports Finansavisen.

Today, ownership of Christiania Shipping and the other shipping activities are split between family companies Catre, Camillo Eitzen & Co and Eitzen Rederi, encompassing subsidiary Eitzen invest.

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