Norden ups handysize focus in Asia and the Pacific

Norden's handysize fleet has traditionally operated mainly on the Atlantic, but this is no longer the case. As such, the company has just started a new Asia/Pacific venture based in Singapore.

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Norden's significant volumes of relatively small dry bulk vessels, handysizes, have traditionally operated mostly on the Atlantic, but this has changed so much that the shipping company now dedicates additional forces to head a venture in Asia and on the Pacific.

As ShippingWatch reported in September, Norden has hired the former Baltnav partner Rasmus Takechi-Hansen. He is now in charge of securing handysize growth in the region, which covers important dry bulk countries such as China and Australia.

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