Return to calm at Hanjin Shipping

Following deficits since 2011, and a crisis related to serious family disputes, Hanjin Shipping can now present an operating profit for the full year 2014.

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The world's eight largest container carrier, Korean Hanjin Shipping, has managed to achieve a positive result for 2014 after the carrier has disappointed it owners with deficits every year since 2011.

Total sales for 2014 came to USD 8.2 billion (8.7 trillion KRW), down 10.3 percent from 2013. Operating profit finished at USD 74.5 million, says the carrier in a statement.

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