Danish carrier Norden now seems to have definitively joined the battle among multi-purpose carriers such as BBC Chartering, Intermarine, Thorco Shipping, Hansa Heavy Lift and many others, which specialize in transports of various heavy and difficult-to-handle cargo.
Norden has, for the first time, sailed with wind turbines on board the dry bulk vessel Nord Summit, a Supramax vessel, on a journey from South Korea to the US West Coast. And according to Norden's Executive Vice President and Head of Dry Cargo Department, Ejner Bonderup, this will probably not be the last time. On the contrary.
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