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NAT Reports Net Loss in Q1

Suezmax owner Nordic American Tankers ended Q1 2018 with a widened net loss year over year.

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Maersk CEO: Our Q1 Result Was Unsatisfactory

Søren Skou, CEO of A.P. Møller Mærsk

Skou: Q1 performance was unsatisfactory, especially in the ocean-related part of the business.

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HHLA Makes Good Start to 2018

German terminal operator HHLA handled 2.6 percent more containers in the first quarter of this year.

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Hapag-Lloyd CEO: Market Is Still Challenging

Rolf Habben Jansen

German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd managed to shrink its net loss in the first quarter of this year.

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Pan Ocean Books 23 Pct Higher Q1 Profit

Sea Fuyijama

Pan Ocean wrapped up the first quarter of 2018 with a 23 percent rise in profit year-on-year.

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Navig8 Chemical Tankers Remains in the Red

Lower charter rates pushed Navig8 Chemical Tankers deeper into loss in the first quarter of this year.

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DIS CEO Upbeat on Market Recovery despite Q1 Loss

Logo of d'Amico International Shipping

Relatively soft product tanker market has pushed d'Amico International Shipping into the red.

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Milaha’s Net Profit Up in Q1 2018

Milaha CEO

Milaha has booked a net profit of QAR 260 million (USD  71.4 million) in the first quarter of 2018.

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DP World Bullish on Volume Growth in 2018

DP World sees rise in Q1 volumes driven by continued recovery in global trade.

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Royal Caribbean Drives Towards Record Yearly Earnings

Royal Caribbean Cruises ended the first quarter of 2018 with a further rise in its earnings.

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Euronav Nabs Vessel Financing as It Bleeds Red in Q1, 2018

euronav tanker

Belgian tanker owner and operator secures financing for Ice Class Suezmaxes, FSOs.

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Nakilat's Q1 Profit Grows by 13 Pct

Nakilat ended the first quarter of this year with a 13% YOY increase in its profit.

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