Product tanker carrier d'Amico is optimistic despite corona

The CEO of Italian product tanker carrier d'Amico International Shipping, Paolo d'Amico, is highly optimistic about 2020 despite the uncertainty generated by the coronavirus outbreak. 2019 ended in another deficit.

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After having booked a deficit in 2019 of USD 27.5 million, the chief executive of product tanker shipping line d'Amico International Shipping, Paolo d'Amico, is still optimistic about market developments in 2020.

Paolo d'Amico, both chairman and CEO of the shipping company, holds that the underlying development in the market, which is also helping boost business for the segment in general right now, will continue.

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