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Okeanis Eco Tankers reports big decrease in charter rates

The sea has been rough for Okeanis Eco Tankers in the second quarter of this year, where the shpping company lost USD 8.1 million.

The tanker ship pictured is not associated with Okeanis Eco Tankers. | Photo: PR-foto Green Instruments/69734198

Okeanis Eco Tankers, headquartered in Greece, has had a rough second quarter compared to last year.

The company's net operating result ended in a loss of USD 8,1 million, while the adjusted operating profit came to USD 22.2 million in the quarter, compared to USD 56.6 million in the second quarter the year before, shows the interim report.

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