Seaspan: We are well positioned for growth

The CEO of US-based Seaspan believes that the container shipowner is well positioned for future growth opportunities, with a current fleet of 74 vessels along with financial strength.

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The second quarter strengthens the basis for growth at New York-listed container shipowner Seaspan, says CEO and co-founder of the company Gerry Wang. The company finished the quarter, which ended on June 30th, with a net profit of USD 32 million, excluding one-off items, compared to USD 25.5 million in the same quarter 2013, according to the company's interim report.

Seaspan achieved an adjusted operating result (EBITDA) of USD 130 million, which is also slighter above the second quarter 2013's USD 125.5 million.

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