Thor Stadil hits back at creditors: "There is no substance to those cases"

Thor Stadil hits back at the creditors who are lining up to claim money from the bankrupt Thorco companies. He is also displeased with the trustee in one of the estates. "Something's going on that is not right," he says.

Thor Stadil is chairman of the Thornico group. Until recently he also headed shipping company Thorco. | Photo: PR / Skovdal / Thornico

Thor Stadil fires back at his creditors and trustees of several of the Stadil family's bankrupt shipping companies.

ShippingWatch has previously described how Thorco's ship owning venturing has resulted in bitterly contested bankruptcies. Following the financial crisis the company expanded rapidly, but has since been forced to close large parts of its business.

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