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Stolt-Nielsen Declares Final Dividend Of $0.25 Per Common Share
Stolt-Nielsen Q4 Net Profit Attributable To Shareholders Down At USD 13.4 Mln
Stolt-Nielsen: Stolt Sea Farm Explores Possible IPO
Stolt-Nielsen Limited (SNL) is engaged in the business of transporting liquids, which includes the tankers, tank containers and terminals divisions. The Company's transportation business covers the transport, storage, and distribution of bulk liquid chemicals, edible oils, acids, and other specialty liquids. The Company is also engaged in the seafood business, which is carried out through Stolt Sea Farm (SSF), and produces, processes and markets turbot, sturgeon, caviar and sole. The Company operates through four segments: Tankers, Tank Containers, Terminals and Stolt Sea Farm. Its Corporate and Other category includes Stolt Bitumen, the Company's investment in Avance Gas Holding Ltd (AGHL), Stolt LNGaz Ltd. (Stolt LNGaz) and Golar LNG Limited (Golar), corporate-related items. The Company is a provider of bulk-liquid transportation, storage and distribution services through its three operating units: Stolt Tankers, Stolthaven Terminals and Stolt Tank Containers.
Aldwych House,, 71 - 91 Aldwych
Independent Chairman of the Board
Niels G. Stolt-Nielsen
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Jens F. Gruner-Hegge
Chief Financial Officer
Guy Alexander Bessant
President, Stolthaven Terminals
Michael W. Kramer
President, Stolt Tank Containers
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Armed pirates attacked a British-flagged chemical tanker in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday but were repulsed, the ship's manager Stolt Tankers said.
* REG-STOLT-NIELSEN LIMITED REPORTS UNAUDITED RESULTS FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2020
Sweden’s Stena and Bermuda-registered Stolt-Nielsen are reviewing their UK-registered ships ahead of Britain’s departure from the European Union, the two leading transport companies told Reuters separately on Wednesday.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipping and terminal operators Golar and Hoegh said on Monday they would invest about $50 million into an LNG company set up last year by fellow Nordic firm Stolt-Nielsen.
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