Viking Supply Ships eyes clear signs of recovery in 2022

The strained offshore carrier Viking Supply Ships expects a better market in the second quarter of next year. The deficit has shrunk and the company is raising fresh capital.

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Swedish Viking Supply Ships still finds itself in a strained market, where a lack of investments in the oil and gas market keeps activity low.

The offshore carrier leaves the second quarter with a net deficit of SEK 31 million (USD 3.6 million) against a deficit of SEK 54 million in the same period last year, shows the quarterly report.

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