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Skuld has passed deadline for terminating business with Sovcomflot

Sanction-hit Russian tanker carrier Sovcomflot is no longer part of Skuld’s insured fleet, ShippingWatch learns. The deadline for ending the customer relationship has passed. Skuld refrains from commenting.

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The deadline for terminating business with Sovcomflot has passed, and with that, the Russian tanker company is no longer on the Norwegian marine insurance company Skuld’s customer list.

ShippingWatch has previously reported that the Norwegian deadline for ending customer relations with sanctioned companies and persons ended on May 15 and May 24.

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