Japanese owners have large claim against bankrupt Stadil company

Five Japanese shipping companies and a Japanese bank are among those who have filed claims totaling DKK 161 million against the Stadil family's TS Chartering, which went bankrupt last year. But the creditors should not expect much, says liquidator.

Christian Stadil ejer et shippingfirma, der er gået konkurs, og som han nu har betalt millioner tilbage til. | Photo: Munch Ida/Jyllands-Posten/Ritzau Scanpix

The Stadil family's shipping firm TS Chartering was ordered liquidated last year and later went bankrupt with a debt of DKK 161 million (USD 24.3 million).

In the months leading up to the bankruptcy, and after there was no longer any registered management employed at TS Chartering, DKK 2.1 million were transferred through seven payments from TS Chartering to a company tied to Christian Stadil's Thornico conglomerate.

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