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Nordic Tankers and V.Group form new company

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Nordic Tankers' headquarters in Copenhagen will be home to a new partnership with V. Group, headed by Carsten Brix Ostenfeldt (photo) as CEO, inform the parties.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 15.03.17 at 14:50

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