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Norwegian shipowner has traded ships for more than USD 1 billion

Sole Shipping, founded by Jan William Denstad, has traded ships for more than USD 1 billion through the years in collaboration with Odfjell, Laurtizen Kosan, BW Hafnia and others. The company now plans to invest an additional USD 300 million in a fleet expansion.

Photo: Per Christian Dettwieler / Odfjell

Norwegian shipowner Sole Shipping has build a solid business acquiring ships, and founder Jan William Denstad has traded for a total of USD 1 billion since the establishment of the company in 2014.

The company now plans to invest an additional USD 300 million in a fleet expansion, writes Norwegian business daily Finansavisen.

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