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Finnlines invests again after new record result

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The RoRo carrier beat its own record in the first quarter, and the CEO expects continuing strong performance due to, in particular, positive developments in the Finnish market. The company is launching a new large-scale investment program.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 17.05.17 at 14:24

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