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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 

The Schulte Group, one of Germany’s largest ship owners and ship managers, and German insurance group DEVK, are to establish Navigo Shipholding as a maritime asset investment platform for institutional investors.

The long-term objective of Navigo is to build up a mixed portfolio of vessels, predominantly under long-term charter agreements, providing good visibility of future earnings and thereby ensuring a calculable long-term steady yield. Navigo has been established to offer institutional investors a capable, competitive and not least distinctly different investment alternative.

The initial investment portfolio comprises two vessels, a service operation vessel (SOV) for windfarms with a long-term charter to GE (General Electric), currently under construction, and a 12,000m3 gas carrier (semi-ref LGC) operated in the Unigas Pool.

Navigo is directed by Ole Daus-Petersen, who has more than 25 years of experience in the shipping industry, and Andreas Spott (Investor Relations), who is working as Manager Project Finance for Bernhard Schulte, seconded to Navigo.

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