Seaspan benefits from new ships in 2015

Listed container shipowner Seaspan improved its revenue as well as net result in the first nine months of 2015, a development mainly attributed to new ships delivered this year, notes management.

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Seaspan, the world's largest owner of container ships among the so-called non-operating owners (NOO) managed to improve its revenue as well as profit in the first nine months of the year.

The company's revenue increased 13.8 percent to USD 600.6 million, compared to USD 527.7 million in the first nine months 2014, while the net result grew to USD 123.1 million from USD 103.4 million last year, according to the third quarter interim report published Tuesday.

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