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Viking Supply postpones Q3 financial statement once again

Viking Supply postpones Q3 financial statement once again

30-11-2017 14:00:00


Viking Supply Ships AB has for the second time postponed the annual report of the results for the third quarter of the yea. According to the financial calendar, the report was supposed to be finalized on the November 22. 2017, but on November 21 it was postponed to November 30. The record will become public in the near future, although no date has been announced.

”As previously mentioned, the company’s subsidiary company Viking Supply Ships A / S is in talks with its creditors and auctioneers discussing a stable financing of the company. Due to complicated negotiations the publication of Viking Supply Ships AB’s report for the quarter of the year is unfortunately taking a longer time then expected,” Viking Supply writes in a finance statement.

”The deal is still not finalized, but we at Viking Supply Ships are convinced that a restructuring will be completed in the near future. A new date for the presentation of the quarterly report will be announced as soon as possible,” Viking Supply adds in the statement.


Source: Viking Supply Ships AB / Maritime Denmark


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