Ship sale makes Norden downgrade 2015 result

Norden has sold the carrier's last Capesize vessel and books a loss of almost USD 15 million. The sale makes the carrier downgrade its full-year forecast for 2015.

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D/S Norden has offloaded its last owned Capesize vessel and, following the transaction, downgrades its expectations for the full year 2015, informs the carrier in a brief to the stock exchange.

With the sale of vessel Nord-Energy, of 180,310 dwt and built back in 2004, Norden books a loss of USD 14.8 million, which will impact the result for the full year 2015.

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