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Great Eastern Shipping Company Posts Sept-Quarter Consol Profit
India's Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd Dec-Quarter Consol Profit Rises
India's Great Eastern Shipping Co Sept-Qtr Consol Loss Narrows
The Great Eastern Shipping Company Limited is engaged in the business of providing shipping services. The Company's segments include shipping and offshore. The shipping business is involved in transportation of crude oil, petroleum products, gas and dry bulk commodities. The offshore business services to the oil companies in carrying out offshore exploration and production activities. The Company's tanker fleet consists of approximately 20 tankers aggregating over 1.81 million dead weight ton (Mn dwt). Its dry bulk fleet consists of approximately nine vessels aggregating over 0.59 Mn dwt. The Company offers crude oil carrier vessels, which include JAG LALIT, JAG LOK, JAG LYALL, JAG LAKSHITA and JAG LATA; product carrier vessels, such as JAG APARNA, JAG PRANAV, JAG PRABHA, JAG PUSHPA and JAG PAHEL; liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carrier vessels, which include JAG VISHNU and JAG VIDHI, and dry bulk carrier vessels, such as JAG ANAND, JAG ARYA, JAG AJAY, JAG RANI, JAG RATAN and JAG ROOPA.
Ocean House, 134/A, Dr.A.B.Road, Worli
Kanaiyalal M. Sheth
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Bharat Kanaiyalal Sheth
Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Jayesh M. Trivedi
Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
Additional Director, Whole Time Director
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Ship owners are postponing or cancelling the installation of "scrubbers" that extract harmful sulphur emissions from their vessels as the coronavirus pandemic tightens finances.
* Chartering prices linked to Clarkson publications (Adds changes in shipping company share prices)
Two of India's state-owned oil refiners have issued tenders seeking to charter tankers for at least five years while giving preference to Indian companies, tender documents reviewed by Reuters showed, which would boost domestic shipping firms battered by slumping tanker...
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