Dutch shipping company Flinter has revealed that it is in major financial trouble after its main lender ING Bank pulled funding for the company. Flinter says it was informed last Wednesday by ING Bank that it would no longer provide financing for nine of the company’s vessels, leaving Flinter with no other option than to file […]
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