Wallenius Wilhelmsen converts debt into green loans

RoRo carrier Wallenius Wilhelmsen has secured new financing which on an overall level renders the company’s debt green, the Norwegian company states in its most recent fiscal report revealing growth in both revenue and operating result.

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Norwegian RoRo shipping company Wallenius Wilhelmsen has rendered its debt green in the second quarter.

More specifically, the company has secured green financing for around USD 944m during the period, the carrier informs in its second-quarter financial report. This financing consists of green bonds issued in April for a total of NOK 1.2bn (USD 144m), followed by so-called green loans for a total of USD 800, signed in late June.

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