Lauritzen Fonden books DKK 50 million profit

Lauritzen Fonden has booked a profit for 2016 after a DKK billion deficit the year prior. It was pulled up by its ownership of DFDS, while J. Lauritzen continued to battle a tough bulk market.

Photo: PR-foto/J. Lauritzen

Lauritzen Fonden, which owns carriers J. Lauritzen and DFDS, booked a DKK 50 million profit in 2016.

This is in sharp contrast to 2015, where the deficit sat at DKK 1.6 billion, primarily caused by huge impairments in J. Lauritzen.

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