The first stage of the plans at Hamburg-based Lloyd Fonds to put all efforts into shipping was to start with transferring 11 ships and their operations from KG companies to Lloyd Fonds. This effort was unsuccessful.
BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Only successful with one eleventh of the project. This is one way to describe the result of the plans at German investment company Lloyd Fonds to convert 11 ships from KG companies to Lloyd Fonds' portfolio.
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