Norden in new tanker collaboration: 25 employees will lose their job

Going forward, Norden's owned fleet of tanker vessels will be operated in a new joint venture with Synergy Marine Group. More than 100 employees are transferred while 25 of the shipping company's employees will be laid off. "Unfortunately, we can't avoid that some positions become redundant," says CEO.

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Norden establishes a new joint venture, and this will have consequences for several of the shipping company's employees.

The new venture is entered with Synergy Marine Group, which is already one of Norden's collaborators. With the new venture, 116 of the shipping company's employees will be moved to the new company, which will be in charge of the technical management of the tankers.

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