Lloyd's Register to classify the entire Norden fleet

Lloyd's Register has secured an agreement with Norden to classify the carrier's entire owned fleet along with external vessels, says the UK-based classification bureau.

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Going forward, UK-based classification agency Lloyd's Register will handle classification of Norden's entire fleet of 57 vessels, including owned and external vessels, says Lloyd's Register in a press release.

Lloyd's Register's office in Copenhagen has secured the contract, and Client Manager Flemming Kjeldsen has the following comment:

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