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Partly Maersk-owned Höegh Autoliners considers a potential listing

Höegh Autoliners, which has Maersk as a major shareholder, is considering a stock exchange listing to "accelerate growth and increase investment." The Norwegian ro-ro carrier does not report on a specific amount.

The new Aurora Class car carrier that Högh Autoliners plans to build up to 12 of, which has prompted the company to consider an IPO | Photo: Höegh Autoliners

Norwegian ro-ro carrier Höegh Autoliners, which has Maersk as the second largest shareholder, is considering a stock exchange listing of the company in order to "accelerate growth and increase investment," according to a press release.

The growth and increased investments is part of the "green and digital transformation" the ro-ro carrier is currently embarking on.

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