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Norden logs USD 1 million profit in Q1

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Norden booked a surprising profit on the bottom line in the first quarter. The bulk business still has an overall deficit, but is improving. Meanwhile, profits were reduced in the tanker business.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 03.05.17 at 08:32

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