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OW Bunker now has 20,000 owners

Ahead of its IPO on Friday, OW Bunker has secured more than 20,000 shareholders. Massive interest from Danish and international investors, says CEO Jim Pedersen.

OW Bunker, which is being stock-listed on Friday through an IPO on the NASDAQ OMX index in Copenhagen, has sold shares ahead of the IPO and more than 20,000 buyers - 20,500, to be exact - have opted to invest in the company.

"We are very pleased with and proud of the substantial interest we have received from private and institutional investors in Denmark as well as from international investors. We see that as a recognition of the results we have achieved so far and a strong sign of confidence in our business going forward, and I welcome the more than 20,000 new shareholders," says Jim Pedersen, OW Bunker CEO, in a press release on Friday.

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