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Seago Line surprises with major profit in 2015

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Interest rates under pressure contributed to a lower deficit than the year prior, yet the Maersk-owned feeder carrier Seago Line delivered a profit of close to USD 140 million in 2015.


BY JOHANNES HARTKOPF-MIKKELSEN
Published 25.05.16 at 09:06

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