Well-known marine insurer dragged into Norwegian scrapping case

An insurance certificate found on the ship Harrier, which ran aground on the way to an apparently illegal scrapping in Pakistan, contained the name of a well-known Norwegian marine insurer, reports Dagens Næringsliv.

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Norwegian marine insurer Skuld has been dragged into the case of the vessel Harrier that ran aground in Norwegian waters last year, when it was apparently heading for illegal scrapping at the Gadani ship breaking yard in Pakistan. This is according to Dagens Næringsliv.

Skuld was listed together with another company on an insurance certificate found by the Norwegian authorities aboard the vessel. According to this, Harrier carried an insurance of USD 6,500 for the trip to Pakistan.

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