Thorco has a significantly more positive view of the project cargo market

Heavy lift shipping company Thorco Projects improved its profit in 2018. "It looks set to be a very strong first half of the year," CEO Thomas Mikkelsen tells ShippingWatch about the start of 2019. One segment in particular is showing strong developments.

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There are positive expectations for the Stadil family's Thorco Projects in terms of the prospects of the project cargo market, says CEO Thomas Mikkelsen in an interview with ShippingWatch following publication of the project cargo shipping company's annual report.

We're generally positive and we feel we've found a fairly sound momentum at the company"

Thomas Mikkelsen, CEO, Thorco Projects

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