Aker Maritime To Eliminate 350 Jobs, 250 More By Year-End

Friday, August 27, 1999
Norwegian offshore supply firm Aker Maritime officials have announced the elimination of 350 jobs out of 1,070 at its Aker Verdal yard and said that the company would probably lay off 250 more workers from the yard by the end of 1999. "The decision is in line with plans announced earlier, and reflects a lower level of activity and depressed market prospects for the yard," officials said.
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