The Norwegian shipyard Kleven Verft Files for Bankruptcy. It was acquired earlier this year by the group Croatian DIV

The Norwegian shipyard Kleven Verft, which at the beginning of this year it was bought by the Croatian group DIV will file for bankruptcy.

This was announced by the company’s chairman and CEO, Tomislav Debeljak, who is CEO of DIV and president of the Brodosplit shipyard that is part of the group Croatian.

The shipyard, which also ran into financial difficulties two years ago, was then taken over by Hurtigruten, which in turn transferred ownership the Croatian DIV Group this past January.

Debeljak specified that the instance includes the subsidiaries Kleven Maritime Contracting and Kleven Maritime Technology decision to initiate the process for the declaration of bankruptcy was taken as a result of the freezing of Kleven’s bank accounts implemented by the company’s creditors.

(Kleven Verft)


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