Norwegian supplier Bergen Group has reached its goal of securing a refinancing deal for the company, which in recent years has been streamlined and is now a much smaller company than before.
"This is a milestone for Bergen Group. The comprehensive refinancing which now is agreed upon by all involved parties have been crucial in order to establish a satisfactory company balance sheet and capital structure for the group. We do now have a robust financial platform that also provides opportunities for further growth," says group CEO Hans Petter Eikeland in a stock exchange announcement.
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