Former OW subsidiary acquired by investor group

A Danish/Swedish group of investors has taken over all the activities in Alba Tankers, which was a continuation of the activities at the OW Bunker subsidiary OW Tankers.

Photo: OW Bunker

The future for Alba Tankers is now settled, according to the company in a statement. A Danish/Swedish investor group will take over all the activities in Alba Tankers, which is owned by the trustees in the OW subsidiary OW Tankers, and which was created following the bankruptcy at OW Bunker in the fall.

Since then, the trustees have worked on selling the company, which they have now done. This means that the company's operations and 120 employees are now secured. The investor group is compiled of current and former shipping people.

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