Golden Ocean books third quarter profit of USD 195 million

Dry bulk operator Golden Ocean is profiting from a strong a dry bulk market in the third quarter of the year, during which the bottom line rose to USD 195.3 million. The market will remain strong for several years, say CEO.

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Golden Ocean exits the third quarter with steep growth across the board, with the strong dry bulk market spurring positive expectations about the coming years as well.

In a report issued Wednesday by the John Fredriksen-controlled dry bulk operator, revenue came to USD 387.6 million in the third quarter against USD 185.5 million in the same period of 2020.

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