"Anything but shipping" drove progress at Stolt-Nielsen in third quarter

The Stolt-Nielsen group's large business in chemical tanker accounted for a small part of the result in the third quarter. Most of the result was earned in other areas, says the CEO.

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The Norwegian Stolt-Nielsen group, which specializes in ocean transport of chemicals, can thank "anything but shipping" for the company's profit in the third quarter, says CEO Niels Stolt-Nielsen.

According to the CEO, the group has seen gains even though Stolt Tankers remains affected by the weak tanker market.

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