J. Lauritzen loses supreme court case to MAN

Carrier J. Lauritzen must pay approximately DKK 2 million to engine manufacturer MAN Diesel & Turbo after Denmark's Supreme Court reversed a ruling this Wednesday in a protracted case regarding defect marine engines.

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Danish carrier J. Lauritzen has lost a protracted case to engine manufacturer MAN Diesel & Turbo, and must now pay approximately DKK 2 million (USD 320,000) in legal costs.

We note the decision of the Supreme Court, but we have no further comments

Jens Søndergaard, senior VP, J. Lauritzen

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