MPC Container Ships eyes improvement in 2020 after new deficit

Feeder shipping line MPC Container Ships books another deficit for the third quarter, pushing the company's combined loss for the year to more than USD 25 million. But the shipping company expects that the new sulfur regulations will benefit the market.

Constantin Baack, adm. direktør i MPC Container Ships. | Photo: PR-foto

Feeder container ship operator MPC Container Ships booked a new deficit in the third quarter, which adds to the company's aggregate losses this year, shows the company's interim report Friday.

For the third quarter, MPC Container Ships reports a net deficit of USD 11.4 million, a setback compared to the third quarter 2018 when the net result was positive at USD 1.3 million.

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