Media: Maersk ready to divest Esvagt

According to Danish newspaper Børsen, A.P. Moeller-Maersk is working full-swing to prepare the divestment of offshore carrier Esvagt. A minority of shareholders oppose the move and want to keep the carrier on Danish hands.

Preparations for the sale of Esbjerg-based offshore carrier Esvagt are underway at A.P. Moeller-Maersk, which currently owns 75 percent of the shares, reports Danish newspaper Børsen, noting that Esvagt has been placed under the group's Operated Investments Portfolio, which is aimed at trimming smaller companies in the conglomerate in order to prepare them to be sold.

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