Concordia Maritime - Interim Report 1

Press Release
Wednesday, November 07, 2012

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
Result per share, SEK -7.66
EBITDA, USD 25.8 million
Available liquid funds, SEK 570.4 million (including unutilized credit facilities)




 

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