Wrist's top line took a tumble in 2020

Ship supply company Wrist, owned by equity fund Altor, saw decline on both the top and bottom line in 2020, with several segments hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Wrist, formerly part of OW Bunker, saw a decline on both the top and bottom line in 2020.

Net sales were down 6.4 percent, coming out at USD 720 million for the ship supply company, which has been owned by equity fund Altor since 2007.

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