The transport company, controlled by Herbjørn Hansson, ended up with eight former suezmax tankers, the so-called "beach" owned by American American Tankers – where many workers will get from ships, writes DN.
KLP now wants the transportation company to end its disputed practice and contact the board and submit a proposal: The company adopts the rules prohibiting the beach, the newspaper continues.
According to the KLP, the proposal NAT will be discussed at a board meeting on Friday.
"We are delighted that this was on the agenda of the company's board of directors meeting and was thrilled with the outcome," said KLF Kapitalforvaltning (Håvard Gulbrandsen), CEO & CEO.
"We comply with international regulations when it comes to buying and selling merchandise," Herbjørn Hansson said in an e-mail sent to the newspaper in July.
Herbjørn Hansson did not answer the DN's questions. There are also John G. Bernander, the two advisors to the NAT Board of Directors or NAT, or Bjørn Giæver, director of finance at Marianne Lie.