Partially Maersk-owned Höegh Autoliners hopes to raise NOK 1 billion from listing

Partially Maersk-owned car carrier Höegh Autoliners is headed for a listing, which will fetch NOK 1 billion in capital for investments in decarbonization and enhanced loading efficiency, says main shareholder and chair Leif O. Høegh in a press release.

Photo: Höegh Autoliners

A listing is in store for Norwegian car carrier Höegh Autoliners, which has Maersk as the second largest shareholder, seeking to raise NOK 1 billion, the company writes in a stock exchange announcement.

"We are very pleased to announce our intention to list Höegh Autoliners and open the next chapter in its history. By raising capital and listing the company, we will be able to accelerate investments and further strengthen our customer service and leading position in decarbonization and cargo efficiency," says Leif O. Høegh, chair and main shareholder of Höegh Autoliners.

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