Norlys raised operating profit to EUR 260m in chaotic remodeling year

The merger has resulted in more synergistic effects than first expected – and there's more in store. "It's completely banal; it's simply that our core business has become better," says Norlys CEO Niels Duedahl about the combined group's first full fiscal year.

Niels Duedahl ser med stor tilfredshed tilbage på Norlys' første hele år som samlet koncern. | Photo: Joachim Ladefoged/ERH

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