Eneti lands Q1 profit

Wind service operator Eneti, which last year completed its exit from dry bulk to focus on offshore wind, books black first-quarter figures.

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Wind carrier Eneti, which was previously known as Scorpio Bulkers and has moved away from dry bulk to focus on offshore wind instead, landed a profit in the year’s first quarter.

More specifically, net income came to USD 4.2m, which is markedly lower than the same quarter last year, where the result landed at USD 41.86m at a time when the carrier was still in the process of exiting dry bulk.

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