Hafnia suffers loss for the third consecutive quarter

Like many other product tanker operators, Hafnia is under pressure as a result of a weak oil market. For the third quarter running, the company sees red figures on the bottom line. Hafnia's CEO is seeing signs of a recovery.

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Product tanker carrier Hafnia is faced with yet another deficit - the third in as many quarters.

However, the company eyes signs of improvement in the oil market, which will take hold in the fourth quarter of the year, the company writes in its quarterly report published Monday morning.

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