The plunge in the oil price slashed several hundreds of jobs at Semco Maritime in 2015.
A year where Semco also noted a decline in results and the deficit after taxes rose to USD 13 million compared to a deficit of USD 10 million in 2014. Revenue went down to USD 260 million from USD 353 million last year, according to the interim report published Wednesday. And this is not satisfactory at all, stresses CEO Steen Brødbæk in an interview with ShippingWatch.
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