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Erria expects improved result in 2014

Consulting and ship management firm Erria expects a full-year 2014 result significantly above last year's level, says CEO Henrik N. Andersen.

Erria maintains its full-year 2014 forecast for a combined group revenue of USD 15.1 - 16.7 million, and an operating profit (EBITDA) of USD 1.67 - 2.51 million, according to the company's interim report.

"I am pleased that we were also able to attract new customers to Logistics and Consulting in the 3rd quarter, and that activities in Ship Management are also developing positively. In spite of increased costs related to business development, we maintain our expectations for 2014 and a result significantly above 2013," says CEO Henrik N. Andersen.

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