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Tufton Oceanic Assets to raise capital for second-hand vessels

Investment company Tufton Oceanic Assets has plans to raise further capital by selling off company shares. The money will be used to buy vessels in the second-hand market.

Photo: Hafnia Tankers

Tufton Oceanic Assets plans to raise further capital, the company writes in a press release.

The firm is a part of Tufton Oceanic, which has also been an active investor in Hafnia Tankers over several years. In Dec. last year, Guernsey-domiciled Tufton Oceanic Assets was listed on the London Stock Exchange's primary market for specialized funds.

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