Navig8 Chemical Tankers reduces million dollar deficit in first half of the year

Ship operator Navig8 Chemical Tankers reduced its bottom line deficit, which now stands at USD 3.7 million. Meanwhile, the company's revenue grew slightly in the period.

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The bottom line remains red at Navig8 Chemical Tankers, which operates a fleet of chemical tanker vessels.

The deficit for the first half of the year finished at USD 3.7 million, which is somewhat better than the loss of USD 9.9 million for the first six months of 2018.

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