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Erria becomes the Danish branch of Teekay

Erria will represent Teekay in Denmark. The Danish company, which reached a debt agreement with Danske Bank just before New Year, has signed an agreement with Canadian Teekay, to become the shipping company's representation in Denmark in relation to two LNG ships.

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Many employees were waiting for December 21st to end, as this marked the beginning of a long Christmas holiday. But at Erria, the day was interesting for a different reason. On that Friday before Christmas, the company signed a contract that made Erria the representative of Teekay in Denmark, starting at the new year.

The new cooperation means that Teekay places its Danish activities, related to the two ships, with Erria. The two companies are called Meridian and Magellan, and CEO Henrik Andersen of Erria expects that the new agreement will require between two and four employees, full time.

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