EMS Seven Seas reduces deficit

Following a corporate restructuring things are looking better for Norwegian supply company EMS Seven Seas, which in 2013 reduced its deficit to USD 4.2 million before taxes.

Norwegian supply company EMS Seven Seas has a history of struggling with its profits, and the company recently underwent a restructuring process.

And judging by the company's annual report 2013, things are moving in the right direction, with a reduced deficit of USD 4.2 million before taxes, compared to a USD 13.5 million deficit in 2012 and a deficit of USD 38.1 million in 2011.

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