Eimskip forecasts results for remaining year and 2021

Icelandic shipping line Eimskip has refrained from making predictions this year, but now the carrier forecasts its results of the rest of 2020 and the year to come. 2021 will be highly influenced by Brexit and the continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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With only a few weeks left of 2020, Icelandic shipping company Eimskip makes a prediction for its final full-year result.

The uncertainty stemming from Covid-19 has previously made the carrier hold back on guidance for the year, but now the company is ready to forecast an expected operating result (EBITDA) of EUR 60.7-62.2 million, slightly above the EBITDA result of EUR 60.5 million in 2019.

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