Eneti delivers profit and leaves dry bulk for good

US wind carrier Eneti, formerly Scorpio Bulkers, delivers profit for the second quarter in a row and leaves dry bulk with the sale of the company's last dry bulk vessels.

Robert Bugbee | Photo: Chris Prevolos/Marine Money

Eneti, renamed from Scorpio Bulkers last year to mark the transformation into a wind carrier after several years within dry bulk, delivers yet another positive quarterly result and leaves dry bulk for good, shows the company's quarterly report.

The sale of the last remaining dry bulk vessels was completed in July, informs Eneti, headed by, among others, Scorpio Tankers CEO Robert Bugbee.

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