Wärtsilä's result in Q2 sliced by more than half

The shipping crisis is lashing out at every moving entity, and Finland's Wärtsilä took a blow in the second quarter, in which the result before taxes dropped significantly to EUR 58 million. In light of the challenging circumstances this is satisfactory, says the CEO.

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The gloomy shipping markets are directly reflected in the books at Wärtsilä, which among other things is a marine engine supplier.

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