Havila Shipping books another major deficit

The second quarter saw another major deficit at Havila Shipping, which lost a total amount exceeding USD 16 million during the first six months of 2019.

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Things have not quite turned around yet for offshore company Havila Shipping, which once again books a deficit.

The company's second quarter interim report shows an operating deficit of NOK 4.6 million (USD 511,004). This is, however, a significant improvement on the same period last year, when the deficit came to NOK 47.8 million.

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