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Shell drops major contract with Danish helicopter company

From mid-July, Shell has canceled a major contract with Danish helicopter company Dancopter for flights in the North Sea, according to newspaper Børsen. The company will have to lay off workers in Denmark.

Shell has canceled a major deal with Danish helicopter company Dancopter for flights in the North Sea. This will cost jobs at Dancopter in Denmark and abroad, reports Danish newspaper Børsen.

Dancopter CEO Jens Anders Jensen confirms that the contract will already end from the middle of July.

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