Maersk Tankers expands pool with ships from the Lim family's shipowning business

Four tanker ships from the Lim family's shipowning company join Maersk Tankers' pool, which has since the turn of the year grown to more than 220 ships.

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Maersk Tankers expands its pool with four tanker vessels from Xihe Holdings, says the company in a press release.

The four ships are owned by Xihe Holdings, the Lim family's shipowner company. The family and its businesses are at the center of a large-scale scandal in Singapore, after it emerged earlier this year that the group's founder, Lim Oon Kuin, has covered up massive losses from oil speculation.

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