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The story of Bernhard Schulte's bumpy road and the black zeros

Shipowner Bernhard Schulte is just one of Germany’s prominent maritime companies to have battled fiercely through a decade that hit Hamburg hard. Now, the company is heavily banking on ship management. New offices are in play, CEO Ian Beveridge tells ShippingWatch.

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"It has been a bumpy road since the financial crisis," explains Schulte Group CEO Ian Beveridge with a slight sigh to ShippingWatch.

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