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Erria beats Danish carriers on profits

Denmark's smallest stock-listed carrier, Erria, is making so much money that the carrier is now surpassing bigger players such as Maersk Line, Norden and DFDS in terms of having the best profit margin, according to Danish newspaper Børsen.

Direktør for Erria, Henrik N. Andersen. | Photo: Erria

When it comes to having the best profit margin, Denmark's smallest stock-listed carrier, Erria, is the best, making so much money that the carrier is now surpassing bigger players such as Maersk Line, Norden and DFDS, according to Børsen.

For the full fiscal year 2013 Erria achieved a profit margin of 9 percent, while Maersk Line and DFDS achieved profit margins of 6.1 and 6 percent, respectively, according to the newspaper's survey of the carriers' ability to create profits from their revenues.

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