Exmar reports growth after sale of vessels

In the first half of the year, tanker company Exmar saw higher rates in the MGC segment in particular, while the company entered sale agreements for multiple vessels. This helped boost the results in the first six months of 2021. The carrier has also appointed a new CFO.

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Tanker company Exmar saw results growth in the first half of the year against the backdrop of a strong market recovery in the beginning of 2021.

The bottom line for the company's fleet of gas vessels rose to USD 10.9 million against USD 2 million in the first half of 2020, the company's interim report shows.

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