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Norden has bought two tankers and sold one

Shipping company Norden has made adjustments to its fleet. Two tankers have been bought, and one has been sold. The company maintains that it will continue to be active within the buying and selling of ships.

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The Danish tanker and bulk shipping company DS Norden has added two tankers to its fleet and sold one, the company reports in a press release.

At the end of December, two tankers were produced by Norden. One month earlier, the company manufactured a 'handysize' tanker, which it has sold to new owners.

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