Finstaship’s finances feel the heat after warm Nordic winter

  • Thursday 16 April 2009, 00:00

ICEBREAKERS in the Nordic region have been left idle after one of the warmest winters in history, leading to questions over their future role.State-owned Finstaship operates a fleet of nine icebreakers, some with offshore capabilities, but it said only 285 days were spent on icebreaking...

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