XO Shipping accuses Norden of running a scare campaign

XO Shipping's founder, Christian Levin, completely disagrees with Norden's description of a market in which customers choose large companies over small ones. "An attempt to start a scare campaign against smaller operators," Levin tells ShippingWatch.

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XO Shipping's founder, Christian Levin, accuses Norden of running a scare campaign against smaller dry bulk operators.

The comments come after Norden head of dry bulk Christian Vinther Christensen yesterday told ShippingWatch that he sees several customers moving away from small operators, which in his words "live on short-term earnings".

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