Wallenius Wilhelmsen keeps ships stacked after small profit

Wallenius Wilhelmsen, which has been under severe pressure from the coronavirus crisis in 2020, booked a small profit in the third quarter. The car carrier is preparing for an uncertain market and keeps ships stacked, reports Finansavisen.

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Despite a small profit in the third quarter, Wallenius Wilhelmsen is preparing for an uncertain market for car transport in the near future.

The Norwegian car carrier has in 2020 been severely strained by the coronavirus crisis, and as a consequence of this, the company has stacked ships and reduced its costs.

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