EMS Seven Seas' CEO on the way out

Norwegian supply company EMS Seven Seas has been de-listed from the Oslo Stock Exchange by its new owner, Supreme Group. Furthermore, an internal letter in the company states that CEO Toril Eidesvik is on her way out, sources tell ShippingWatch.

Two months after acquiring Norwegian ship supply company EMS Seven Seas, the new owner, US-based Supreme Group, has decided to de-list the company from the Oslo Stock Exchange.

According to EMS Seven Seas' financial calendar, the company's 2nd quarter interim report should have been published on August 26., but when the day came the report was not published. And this is quite simply because EMS Seven Seas is no longer listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, CFO Anton Gulsvik confirms to ShippingWatch.

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