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A2Sea expects a "nice profit" in 2017

Following two years of deficit and last year's restructuring to a more clean focus on wind, A2Sea expects better times in 2017, CEO Jens Frederik Hansen tells ShippingWatch. He declines to comment on rumors that a sale of the carrier is looming.

In the wake of a two-year deficit streak, A2Sea expects black figures on the bottom line in 2017 again, says the CEO for the Danish carrier, Jens Frederik Hansen, speaking to ShippingWatch about the status of the carrier's development last year, which saw a restructuring towards a more pure focus on wind.

So in many ways, this has been a turbulent year."

Jens Frederik Hansen, CEO, A2Sea

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