The coronavirus crisis takes a big toll on suppliers' revenue

Seven out of ten Danish suppliers of maritime equipment expect a lower revenue next year due to the coronavirus crisis, a new survey shows.

Photo: PR / Danske Maritime

The Danish maritime suppliers see their revenue hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

The crisis hits not just the revenue this year, but also into 2021, as seven out of ten suppliers expect a decrease in revenue due to the pandemic, shows a survey made by industry association Danish Maritime among its members.

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