Stolt-Nielsen's tankers deliver positive surprise in Q2

Stolt-Nielsen's chemical tanker carrier exited the second quarter on a positive note due to reasons including low bunker expenses. CEO Niels G. Stolt-Nielsen has respect for expected developments in the next two years, but believes that new vessels can be postponed or canceled.

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The good times were rolling at Norway's Stolt-Nielsen in the second quarter of this year, in which the group's chemical tanker carrier was an especially bright spot and advanced more than many analyst agencies had expected.

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