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Odfjell delivers significantly improved full-year result


Odfjell achieved a significantly better net result in 2016, due to factors such as group efficiencies, according to the carrier's annual report. Part of the development is attributed to the sale of the Oman terminal. CEO Kristian Mørch launches a new strategy.

Published 16.02.17 at 10:40

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