Danske Bank relieves Erria of its debt obligations

An agreement involving debt and future financing has been entered into by Erria and Danske Bank, a deal which prompts Erria to proclaim itself “on a new course”. A course focused on ship management and consulting.

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Erria’s debt is under control as the company today released a stock exchange announcement stating that the company has entered into an agreement with its primary bank connection, Danske Bank, involving debt relief and the company’s financing.

“Today, Erria embarks on its new course. From January 1st, we can concentrate on the profitable parts of the business and we are no longer the owners of any ships,” says CEO of Erria, Henrik N. Andersen, to ShippingWatch.

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