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Norden reorganizes dry cargo department

Norden reorganizes dry cargo department

24-05-2017 14:00:00


Norden reorganizes its dry cargo department to provide better service to its customers. The department is organized in less specialized teams with increased flexibility and authority. The new setup should, among other things, provide improved response time for customers and the market.

"The purpose of the new setup is to be even better to service our customers. We will simplify, reinforce and strengthen our organization. With our strategy Focus & Simplicity, we make processes more efficient and transparent and put authority at the front where our many motivated people meet the customers and the market,"says Christian Vinther Christensen, head of the cargo department.

The new organization must provide greater competitiveness through increased activity in the short-term market, enabling Norden to serve more customers who make spot demands, and to show more interest in customers' business and needs.

The new dry loaders are as follows:

Panamax: Global

Supramax: North America, South Atlantic, Continent & Med, China and Asia

Handysize: Global, North America, Period Tonnage and Industrial Bulk - Global.

Source: Norden A/S / Maritime Denmark


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