Lightship has begun a "consolidation year"

Shipbroker Lightship Chartering aims at expanding its business and opening a new office in 2019. Most recently, the top line showed a major improvement in 2018, the company informs ShippingWatch.

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Lightship Chartering plans to expand its business following a 2018 when the shipbroker advanced significantly on the top line, says the company, which today is headquartered in Geneva, to ShippingWatch regarding last year's developments.

According to the company, revenue rose by over 55 percent to almost USD 21 million, and it booked a profit before taxes of USD 4.5 million.

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