Zeamarine owes considerable wages to Danish employees

The Danish employees at specialized shipping company Zeamarine, which is closing down, have more than USD 87,000 in outstanding wages. As it looks now, however, they should not expect to get all the money back.

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Zeamarine, which is in the process of shutting down due to financial strain, owes a little over USD 87,000 to its employees in Denmark.

The German special cargo company has been in the process of winding down since December 2019, and its Danish subsidiary filed for bankruptcy last month.

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