Eneti reports deficit in light of dry bulk exit

US-based Eneti, formerly Scorpio Bulkers, books a small deficit for the year's third quarter owing to the carrier's exit from dry bulk, according to financial report.

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Wind service operator Eneti, formerly Scorpio Bulkers, exits the third quarter with a small deficit on its bottom line.

The loss amounts to USD 0.86 million, which is, however, an improvement compared to the third quarter last year, when the deficit came to USD 36.6 million, shows the company's interim report.

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