The shipping crisis keeps MAN’s development even in 2013

The development of MAN Diesel & Turbo in Denmark will remain even in the years to come. Orders have gone down in step with the shipping crisis, and the pre-crisis level is a long way off. The service department keeps the revenue positive.

MAN Diesel & Turbo-‘s Danish branch, which covers the three offices at Teglholmen in Copenhagen, in Frederikshavn, and in Holeby, is still marked by the crisis, and will remain so for some time.

“We expect a reasonable result this year, but the coming years will of course be difficult. We’ve been living well off of the orders we got during the boom, and they are slowly running out now. Our expectations for next year are slightly lower than for this year, but it will be an okay result,” says Thomas S. Knudsen, CEO of MAN Diesel & Turbo in Denmark, in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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