Havyard's orderbook shrinks significantly in first half of 2021

Havyard Group reports lower activity in the first half of the year at its shipyard, which is undergoing a substantial reorganization of activities.

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Shipyard Havyard, which is currently undergoing a large-scale readjustment of its business, saw declining activity in the first of the year.

"We see lower activity at the shipyard, while HAV Group is up," says, CEO of Havyard Group Erik Høyvik in a stock exchange announcement concerning the second quarter results published by Hayvard Group on Tuesday.

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