Ziton lowers expectations after loss-making quarter

Wind service operator Ziton raises revenue for the third quarter but lowers its full-year guidance. The company could still be up for sale.

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Wind service operator Ziton had more work to do in the third quarter as fleet utilization increased and raised the company's revenue.

Ziton's revenue came to EUR 18 million for the third quarter against EUR 16.7 million in the same quarter of 2020.

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