Transatlantic takes it one day at a time in Russia

Even though a big part of Transatlantic's business is tied to Russia, the company has yet to notice the consequences of the conflict or the subsequent sanctions in terms of its business. Developments are being followed closely.
BY LOUISE VOGDRU-SCHMIDT

Every day the latest reports on current developments in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine land on the table in front Transatlantic CFO Thomas Bergendahl. Transatlantic's two carriers - Viking Supply Ships and Transatlantic - are both working on big jobs in Russia and Finland, with the latter now also being affected by the conflict.

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