Erria grows in Vietnam after acquiring owner's company

Danish shipping company Erria still exists in spite of several dark periods and the fact that its equity is still in the red. Now the company has made an acquisition in Vietnam and is confident in booking a full-year result of zero for 2020.

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Shipping company Eria, which is listed on the First North Exchange in Copenhagen, has acquired yet another company in Vietnam, where Erria is already present through Erria Container Services.

This time, the company has taken over security firm Mermaid Maritime Vietnam, which until the acquisition was owned by one of Erria's shareholders, Kristian Svarrer, who along with his brother Kasper Svarrer is behind offshore company Jutlandia and transport and logistics operator J. Lauritzens Eftf, both of which are based in Esbjerg, Denmark.

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