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25/06/19 11:57

Premuda leaves Confitarma while re-appointing Rosina as President

Results are going better, a new ship was purchased and a new board was appointed

Alcide Ezio Rosina

Besides confirming having purchased a new tanker, Premuda informed Ship2Shore they are going to leave the Italian Association of shipowners, they re-appointed Alcide Ezio Rosina as President and approved 2018 soaring results.

In essence, Premuda confirmed they will leave Confitarma, although not providing negative opinions, and they'll definitely won't join another Association. At least for the time being, they would rather be independent, definitely not joining Assarmatori, .

Premuda also appointed a new Board, in charge for three years, recruiting Alcide Ezio Rosina (President), Gaudenzio Bonaldo Gregori (vice-President), Marco Fiori (Managing Director), Jens Martin Arvschoug Jensen, Roberto Rondelli and Enrico Barbieri.

Former President Rosina will replace John Davison, who chaired the company when they were transferred, in 2017, to Pillarstone Italy.

On Thursday 20th , 2018 Financial Statement was approved, showing soaring Ebitda versus former year

(up to 10.9 million Euro, significantly higher than expected, and higher than 2017 figures), Ebitda margin reached 30%, doubling former financial year, while net revenues recorded 36.2 million Euro”.

The shipping company helmed by Marco Fiori finally confirmed they took over, for 16 million dollars, tanker High Efficienty from DM Shipping (joint venture between d'Amico International Shipping and Mitsubishi).

“The new purchase, and the excellent financial results, which definitely improved Ebitda, confirms the company's strategic plan, supported by Pillarstone Italy, was very successful” states Genoa-based shipping company adding that after a preliminary phase the company is currently developing their strategic positioning, supported by major shareholder.

Nicola Capuzzo

 

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