Ultranav is optimistic about gas and bulk in 2013

Ultranav, the Danish holding company behind Ultrabulk and Ultragas among others, takes an optimistic view on the future following the successful turnaround from a deficit of 14 million USD in 2011 to a 3.6 million USD surplus in 2012.

The holding company Ultranav managed to secure a 3.6 million USD surplus in 2012 compared to a 2011 deficit of 14 million USD. Primarily, the company has shipping activities in the dry bulk company Ultrabulk and gas activities in the previously named Ultragas, which today is subsumed under the Ultranav name.

The management has expressed its satisfaction with the result in the latest annual report:

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