Rottefella tightens grip on costs as sales shrink

Rottefella, the Norwegian group specialized in cross-country ski bindings, saw its sales shrink by 32.2 percent to about 160 million Norwegian kroner (€19.8m-$26.1m) in 2012, after a sharp rise in the two previous years. But Christer Johnsen, the company's chief executive, said in an interview with Sportbransjen that the group's managers ...

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