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Norden's chairman calls Israel-instructions "inappropriate"

Klaus Nyborg, chair of Norden, acknowledges that the company's instructions to keep fake logbooks for trips to Israel were inappropriate. Dominant shareholder Motortramp will not comment on the matter to ShippingWatch.

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"It was inappropriate and not representative of the way Norden conducts business," stated Klaus Nyborg, chair of Norden, at the company's general assembly.

Thursday, the case of Norden's instructions to obscure trips to Israel was presented by the chair himself, when the 150-year-old shipping company gathered its shareholders virtually.

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