Impairment digs Deep Sea Supply into deeper deficit

The Norwegian offshore carrier exited the past year with an even greater deficit than anticipated. The crisis in the offshore sector has forced the company into a major impairment.

Deep Sea Supply, where Norwegian-Cypriot John Fredriksen is the controlling shareholder, exited 2015 with an even larger deficit than announced back in February.

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