Concordia Maritime Introduces Smartphone App

Monday, July 11, 2011

Concordia Maritime recently launched its own Smartphone App. Shareholders can access the latest share prices and trades, along with financial reports and annual reports. Other features include press releases, fleet information, business contacts and address book integration, and office locations and directions.

“We always strive to make it easy for our stakeholders to follow us. We put a lot of effort into explaining what we do and how we do it. With our new App, we make it even easier to access the information,” says Göran Hermansson, CFO.

To download the App free of charge, please visit iPhone App Store or Android marketplace.

http://www.concordiamaritime.com/iphone

http://www.concordiamaritime.com/android

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