After slimming Nordic Tankers: "What happens now, Per Sylvester?"

Divestments have been made and the carrier downsized. Herning is now in the past, and Crystal Nordic, which brought in earnings two years ago, is also gone. Now, the next question for Nordic Tankers CEO Per Sylvester Jensen is: "What happens now?"

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After more than four years leading the chemical tanker carrier Nordic Tankers, it is time for CEO per Sylvester Jensen to choose a new direction.

Not because the market has transformed considerably. If there is a segment that is dependent on the global economy, it is chemical tankers, which benefits when the world uses more plastic for televisions, LEGO blocks or airplanes, because it transports the important methanol substance. Meanwhile, global growth is currently in high gear with a plus of up to four percent, both in 2017 and likely again this year.

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