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Two extraordinary cases kept Navig8 Chemical's CEO occupied in 2020

Navig8 Chemical Tankers and CEO Jens Grønning saw a 2020 in which two extraordinary cases caused both frowns and a setback on the bottom line. The company now feels well equipped for an upturn in chemical tanker, the CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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Two extraordinary cases made 2020 a "tough year" for Navig8 Chemical Tankers, with consequences for the chemical tankers bottom line, the CEO tells ShippingWatch in an interview.

"Last time, the expectation was that we would beat 2019, but we haven't managed to do that. In many ways, we therefore exit 2020 with a disappointing result," says Jens Grønning, and points to "two unusual main pillars, which have pulled down the carrier's bottom line."

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