Leif Hoegh to keep focus on vehicles, LNG


OSLO, April 28 (Reuters) - Norwegian shipping group Leif Hoegh will keep its focus on transporting vehicles and liquefied natural gas (LNG) and sees chances to grow after a planned family buyout launched on Monday, a bidder said. "All medium-sized and small companies with a concentrated ownership are suffering from less attention than previously from the big institutions," Leif Hoegh, who shares the company's name and is a leader of the bid, told Reuters. Hoegh is chairman of ...

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