Kleven's liquidator exploring interest in the distressed yard

Kleven's liquidator has settled in at the Norwegian shipyard and is not getting an overview of the situation. New ownership constellations are being explored, but much remains unclear, writes E24.

Photo: Per Eide, Kleven

Bankrupt Norwegian yard Kleven has brought liquidator Bjørn Åge Hamre of law firm Simonsen Vogt Wiig on board.

Monday afternoon, he began exploring the state of the yard, and he will be there for as long as "there's hope of finding something," he tells Norwegian media E24.

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