Virus outbreak on ship costs Ziton millions on the bottom line in 2020
An outbreak of coronavirus on board one of Ziton's ships will cost the wind service ship operator EUR 2 millions on its bottom line this year. Paradoxically, the pandemic created more work for the company in the fourth quarter.
BY CHRISTIAN CARLSEN, SHIPPINGWATCH
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