Bankrupt Stadil company owes millions to Maersk

The Stadil family's bankrupt company Thor Shipping has been ordered by a court to pay USD 11.1 million to Maersk company Safmarine. The shipping company gave up the fight when it became clear that it was headed for bankruptcy.

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The Stadil family's shipping company Thorco has been sentenced to pay USD 11.1 million to Maersk. The money was given as a loan facility but was never repaid, according to a verdict ShippingWatch has read.

The unpaid bill to Maersk is now one of the many claims filed against Thorco, which has been through a large-scale shutdown after the Stadil family decided to exit shipowning.

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