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Norden to spend up to USD 38 million on ballast water systems

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Norden will spend between USD 19 and USD 38 million to equip 38 vessels with ballast water management systems over the next five years starting next year, says head of project management, Jeppe Mulvad Larsen, to ShippingWatch.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 10.04.17 at 15:32

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