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Nordana goes from shortfall to surplus

Nordana has managed to reverse a negative economic development and has gone from a deficit in 2011 to a surplus in 2012. The line activities have performed beyond expectations. The management expects a 2013 result on the same level.

Nordana succeeded in increasing both its turnover and earnings from 2011 to 2012. In 2011, the turnover in the company was $124 million, a number which the company increased to $127 million in 2012. The earnings reversed a negative final result of $19 million in 2011 to a surplus of $3.9 million in 2012.

In the directors’ report, the management expresses satisfaction with the development:

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