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Concordia Maritime Release Interim Report

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In accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act and the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act, Concordia Maritime published its interim report for 2013. Highlights are as follows: Interim Report 1 January – 30 June 2013 •Positive view of the product tanker market continues •Weaker market in Q2, but six-month total better than 2012 •Seven out of ten P-MAX tankers on the open market Six months 2013 •Total income, SEK 246.7 million •EBITDA, SEK 90 million •Operating result before impairment, SEK 18.2 million •Impairment, 0 •Operating result after impairment, SEK 18.2 million •Result after tax, SEK 1.4 million •Result per share, SEK 0.03 •EBITDA, $13.9 million (USD) •Available liquid funds (Including unutilised available credit facilities.), SEK 384.6 million concordiamaritime.com  


Concordia Maritime;s Interim Report

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Concordia Maritime AB (publ), an international tanker shipping company, announced its interim report. Highlights include: • Net sales: USD 50.55 million • Profit after tax: USD 7.20 million • Profit per share after tax: USD .150 • EBITDA of USD 18.1 (9.2) million • Forecast for 2008 unchanged: A profit before tax of USD 9.03 million Concordia Maritime has ordered ten tankers, which are being built in accordance with the MAX concept


Nordic Tankers A/S Establishes a Warrant Program

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The board of directors of Nordic Tankers A/S ("Nordic Tankers" or "the Company") decided to establish an incentive scheme in the form of a warrant programme for the Company's management and employees and for the employees in the Company's Danish subsidiaries. The Company's board of directors has thus today exercised the authority set out in clause 4c of the Articles of Association, given at the general meeting on 29 April 2011, to issue up to 1,245,000 warrants totally


Wärtsilä Report Steady Development in First Half 2012

Wärtsilä report steady business progress in its interim report for the period January to June 2012 Extracts from the company's report follow: The second quarter marked steady progress for Wärtsilä. Our net sales grew by 6% and our profitability was 10.3%. We continue to work towards reaching our growth and profitability targets this year. I am pleased with the good development within Ship Power’s specialised vessel segments


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Interim Report 1 January-30 September 2012 •    Weak market during the quarter •    Stena Primorsk chartered out to new customer •    Another P-MAX tanker, Stena President, converted to IMO 3 Total income, SEK 417.1 million EBITDA, SEK 175.4 million Operating result before impairment, SEK 61.9 million Impairment, SEK -408.8 million Operating result after impairment, SEK -346.9 million Result after tax, SEK -365.7 million


Wärtsilä Appoint Marco Wirén CFO & Executive V-P

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Marco Wirén appointed Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President & member of the Wärtsilä Corporation Board of Management. Mr Wirén (47), M.Sc. (Econ.) has broad-ranging experience of financial management and international business management. He currently works as Executive Vice President and CFO in the Swedish steel manufacturer SSAB, having held that position since 2008. Prior to joining SSAB as Vice President Business control in 2007


Cargotec's January-June 2014 Interim Report

Cargotec's January-June 2014 interim report show that orders grew but operating profit was burdened by project cost overruns in Kalmar April-June 2014 in brief Orders received increased 19 percent and totalled EUR 993 (833) million. Order book amounted to EUR 2,285 (31 Dec 2013: 1,980) million at the end of the period.Sales declined 4 percent to EUR 804 (836) million.Operating profit excluding restructuring costs was EUR 4.7 (37.5) million, representing 0.6 (4


IMO Adopts Gas and Low-flashpoint Fuels Code

The IGF Code, which will become mandatory under amendments to SOLAS, aims to minimize the risk to the ship, its crew and the environment, having regard to the nature of the fuels involved. (Photo:: FJORD LINE ESPEN GEES)

The new mandatory code for ships fuelled by gases or other low-flashpoint fuels was adopted by IMO's Maritime Safety Committee (MSC), when it met at the Organization's London headquarters for its 95th session from June 3-12, 2015. The Committee also placed unsafe mixed migration by sea on its agenda and considered cyber security matters and passenger ship safety. It adopted new ships’ routing measures and approved a number of circulars arising from items put forward by the subcommittees


China Merchants Profit up 29pct

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 While China’s ports continue to face growth pressure, the country’s largest port operator is reaping the rewards of years of investments in overseas projects.   China Merchants Holdings (International) reported first-half net profit rose 29 per cent to HK$2.78 billion  ($US 361 million)  from a year ago, after throughput gains at Chinese terminals exceeded China’s overall container growth rate and traffic through overseas facilities rose at a


Cargotec Logs Higher Profits

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Cargotec's January-March 2016 interim report: Profitability improved according to target   * Strong order intake in Kalmar and Hiab   * MacGregor profitability satisfactory considering current market situation   * Strategy execution proceeding as planned   January-March 2016 in brief   * Orders received decreased 4 percent and totalled EUR 903 (939) million.   * Order book amounted to EUR 2,095 (31 Dec 2015: 2,064) million at the end of the period.


Westports Q2 Profit Up

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 Malaysian port operator Westports Holdings saw second quarter net profit jump 31% to MYR159.9m ($39.6m) from MYR122.1m in the previous corresponding period due to an increase in container volumes.   Correspondingly, revenue also climbed to RM522.6mil from RM405.3mil last year.


Court Orders Swiber to Stop Payment of Bank Guarantees

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Swiber Offshore Construction, part of troubled Singapore oilfield services firm Swiber Holdings, has received an interim court order to halt payment of bank guarantees for projects it was involved in, a stock exchange filing showed.  


Asia’s Biggest Container Shipper Posts Loss

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 Asia’s largest container shipping company China Cosco Holdings Co  posted a net loss of Yuan7.2bn ($1.1bn) for the first six months of 2016, reversing the Yuan2bn net profit seen during the same period last year as excess capacity dragged down cargo rates.  


Skaugen Goes to Red Again

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 Norwegian Marine Transportation Service Company I.M. Skaugen SE reported interim losses but cautiously positive and expecting a gradual recovery of trading opportunities for long routes the petrochemical market.   The gas carrier owner reported profit before and after tax of minus $ 5


Spivak Appointed CFO, Seaspan

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 Seaspan Corporation announced today that David Spivak is joining the Company as its Chief Financial Officer, starting May 2, 2016. Mark Chu will continue to serve as interim CFO until David's arrival, whereupon Mark will continue in his current roles as Vice President


Port of Vancouver CEO Coleman to Step Down

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Todd Coleman, CEO of Port of Vancouver USA, step down from his position May 19, after 15 years with the port.   Coleman, a Professional Engineer, began his career with the port in 2001, when he was hired as Facilities Manager. After three promotions


IMO to Prevent Cyber-attacks

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At a meeting of the IMO's Maritime Safety Committee (MSC), it was recognised that ships may also be exposed to so-called cyber-attacks. Now, the IMO wants to prevent hostile attempts to interfere with electronic systems in the maritime industry and it has therefore drawn up interim Guidelines


Prosafe Appoints Interim Chairman of the Board

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Prosafe, owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation vessels, informs that its Chairman, Harald Espedal, has notified the company that he will step down from his position as Chairman and Director of the Board “for work load reasons”.


Siem Renews Contract for Seven Reefers

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 Norwegian liner Siem Shipping Inc. has won a one-year contract renewal for a regular weekly service from Ecuador to St. Petersburg, Russia. The contract extension for the service covers seven reefer vessels.   The service, which employs seven vessel


Petrobras Announces new President, Management Changes

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Petrobras reports that it has received the letter of resignation of Mr. Aldemir Bendine the functions of a member of the Board of Directors and President of the Company today. In addition, Mr. Bendine also resigned today, the office of member of the Board of Directors of Petrobras Distribuidora -


ISS Launches new Partner Solution Initiative

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Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), the world's leading maritime and logistics service provider, is introducing a new Partner Solutions initiative to develop and deliver added value for customers across the globe. ISS Partner Solutions will focus on the company acting as a sub-contractor to new


IMB: Beware Commercial Impact of Cyber Attacks

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The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) is asking shipping and maritime companies to be vigilant to the potential commercial impact that cyber-attacks can cause. IMB says that cyber security is not only about trying to identify and to prevent systems on board ships from getting hacked or


Interim Guidelines on Maritime Cyber Risk Management Approved

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The  Maritime Safety Committee of the International Maritime Organisation at its ninety sixth session (11 to 20 May 2016), having considered the urgent need to raise awareness on cyber risk threats and vulnerabilities, approved the Interim guidelines on maritime cyber risk management.


Concordia Maritime Posts Q2 Profit

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Facing a “gradually deteriorating market,” Sweden based tanker shipping company Concordia Maritime said it was able to post a profit in Q2 2016 based on high vessel employment and successful chartering, though still coming in under its Q2 2015 results largely due to an arbitration


Swiber Applies for Judicial Management Instead of Liquidation

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Singapore oilfield services company Swiber Holdings Ltd said on Friday it has applied to place itself under judicial management instead of liquidation.   Swiber shocked markets earlier this week by filing for liquidation, as it faced hundreds of million of dollars in debt and a decline in






 
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