Royal Arctic Line on 2017: nobody could have wished for such a tough year

Greenlandic carrier Royal Arctic Line booked a deficit in 2017 and the carrier calls the result unsatisfying. "None of us wanted the transformation year of 2017 to be so tough."

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There is not a lot Royal Arctic Line can say about 2017 which is positive.

In management report, CEO Verner Hammeken and chairman Kuno Fencker point out that the changes in Royal Arctic Line are necessary and that 2017 has been a year full of transformations, which have also been tough on the company.

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