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HSH Nordbank has scaled down container exposure

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HSH Nordbank has reorganized its shipping portfolio and has thus significantly reduced its exposure to the container segment. Christian Nieswandt, global head of shipping, tells ShippingWatch about the future prioritization for the billions of euros the bank has invested in shipping.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 08.03.17 at 12:48

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