Equity fund sells Herning Shipping
Equity fund Triton has sold tanker carrier Herning Shipping. The buyer is an entirely new Norwegian company named Ane Shipping, founded on the companies Camillo Eitzen & Co AS, Castel AS and Seahorse Maritime AS. Three prominent Norwegian shipping personalities are behind these companies, namely Axel C. Eitzen, Erik Bartnes and Nicolai Heidenreich.
Carriers in digital race against time
There is still time for container carriers to delve into digitalization, but the window of opportunity will soon close, warns Boston Consulting Group in a new report.
Sulfur sinners to be revealed
Oil fund extends monitoring of shipping
The blacklisting of several carriers is only the first step in a broader monitoring of the shipping sector by the world's biggest independent investor, the Norwegian state's oil fund. Chairman of the fund's Council on Ethics, Johan H. Andresen, talks to ShippingWatch about the plans.
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