MSC gets surprisingly good result in Northern Europe

MSC Scandinavia, which covers important areas such as Russia, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, has published a surprisingly good 2017 result. The company is the only one of Maersk Line's alliance partners, MSC, to publish reports.

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MSC Scandinavia, led by former Maersk executive Lars Funding, has presented its annual report for 2017, which the carrier calls highly satisfactory.

The company, which is the only part of Maersk Line's Italian alliance partner, MSC, that publishes report figures, recorded a DKK 36 million (USD 5.7 million) profit after tax last year compared to DKK 26 million (USD 4 million) in 2016. Revenue has also grown significantly.

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