Klaveness Combination Carriers ASA

Klaveness Combination Carriers ASA

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Klaveness Combination Carriers AS is a Norway-based fleet operator. The Company owns and operates combination carriers that can switch between dry and wet cargo shipments. Its fleet consists of approximately nine CABU (caustic soda/bulk carrier) vessels with the capacity to transport from approximately 72,500 deadweight tonnage (DWT) up to approximately 80,500 DWT of caustic soda solution (CSS), floating fertilizer (UAN) and molasses, as well as all form of dry bulk commodities. Furthermore, the Company has newbuilding orders for CLEANBU (clean petroleum/bulk carrier) vessels that in addition to transporting caustic soda and dry bulk products can also transport clean petroleum products. The Company's vessels operate on international trade routes, mainly in the Far East, the Middle East, Australia, Brazil and North America.

  • Revenue in NOK (TTM)1.53bn
  • Net income in NOK152.12m
  • Incorporated2018
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