Boskalis sees three stable years ahead

Dutch Boskalis expects three stable years ahead for the company, which just finished a solid first quarter.

Dutch Boskalis finished the 1st quarter 2014 with a result that provides room to breathe, says the carrier. 2013 was a record year for the company.

In a statement, the carrier points to three key factors: revenue was higher in the first quarter this year than in the same period last year, dredging and offshore vessels achieved a solid utilization rate, and the orderbook remained stable until late 2013.

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