Skuld to grow in Copenhagen

The Norwegian ship insurance company, Skuld, is looking to increase turnover in its Denmark office, Senior Vice President, Helle Lehmann, says. The Danish office accounts for approximately a fifth of the overall Skuld turnover resulting in a total profit of USD 24 million in 2011.

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The Danish Skuld office is a big contributor to the ship insurance business driven by Skuld in its eight offices globally. The Danish office is looking to increase turnover, Senior Vice President, Helle Lohmann, says.

“We would like to see our turnover increase and we are interested in having as many good clients as possible”.

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