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Family-owned PIL could be next acquisition candidate

Analyst firm Alphaliner points to Singapore-based Pacific International Lines (PIL) as the most obvious acquisition candidate among the four carriers currently not part of the major alliances in the container market. However, the owning family told ShippingWatch in May that a sale was not in the cards.

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When Rindbo handed responsibility back to the employees

CEO Jan Rindbo is on track to deliver the first positive full-year result for Norden since 2011. In an interview with ShippingWatch, he explains what it has meant to hand responsibility back to the employees – and the other executives.

Statoil awards oil contracts worth billions

Oil company Statoil has awarded three contracts to three different suppliers valued at a total of NOK 8 billion. One of the agreements goes to Aker Solutions, which recently landed a large contract with Maersk Drilling.

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