XO Shipping launches ambitious 2023 plan

XO Shipping's half-year result looks to land around USD 8 million, significantly above 2019's full-year result. Founder and majority shareholder Christian Levin now announces an ambitious expansion plan in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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Following a spring that became more dramatic for XO Shipping than founder and majority shareholder Christian Levin had probably expected, the 57-year-old shipping profile is now ready with a plan that looks a few years into the future and raises the bar significantly.

Levin's age probably provides the first indication as to why it is time to think ahead and consider new business activities.

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