The first financial year resulted in the first profit marking a change in strategy at Christiania Shipping, in which consolidations and fleet renewal are now realistic possibilities, CEO Axel Eitzen tells ShippingWatch in an interview.
The chemical tanker carrier became a reality last year, when the Norwegian shipping figure joined forces with prominent partners Erik Bartnes and Nicolai Heidenreich to take over what was left of debt-ridden Herning Shipping.
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