Norden plans to grow via Indonesian coal venture

A bigger business in Indonesia is high on D/S Norden's wishlist. The country has now surpassed Australia to become the world's largest exporter of thermic coal for the energy sector.

There is no place in the world where D/S Norden loads more bulk cargo than in Indonesia, and the ships are loaded with coal, writes Norden in its magazine Norden News, published yesterday, Thursday.

Indonesia has now surpassed Australia as the world's largest exporter of thermic coal for the energy sector, and a Norden ship is loaded in Indonesia 15-20 times every month. The country's gross domestic product has an annual growth rate of around five percent in spite of its current economic slowdown, which is why one of Norden's top priorities is to grow the business in Indonesia.

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