Global Risk Management turns deficit into profit

Global Risk Management has achieved a “very satisfactory” result for the year, which puts the company above zero for the first time in four years. This is evident from the financial statements for the crooked fiscal year 2011/2012.

Photo: Hans Erik Christensen

Global Risk Management has succeeded in reaching black figures on the bottom line for the fiscal year 2011/2012, after turning in a deficit three years in a row.

“It’s been a good year. And I can say that because we’ve prospered, both in number of customers and in the amount of traded tons of fuel,” Hans Erik Christensen, CEO of Global Risk Management, tells ShippingWatch.

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