Hunter Group has divested its entire fleet

Norwegian Hunter Group has sold its entire fleet, leaving the company ”shipless in Oslo”. However, the tanker operator highlights that it’s basically an investment firm, and that it’s currently looking at three potential investment items.

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Norwegian Hunter Group closed the third quarter with a profit on the bottom line, no ships in the fleet, and three potential areas of interest for future investments.

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