Christina Ørskov is CEO of Orskov Yard.
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Orskov Yard's bottom line at five-year low


The result at Danish Orskov Yard finished at the lowest level in five years in the past fiscal year. The yard expects to book profits again this year in spite of increased competition.

Published 16.01.17 at 11:47

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