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Solstad Offshore ASA [SLOFFNorway

Other OTC exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Marine Shipping. Location Norway, Skudeneshavn.
At close Fri Sep 23 2022
1.51 USD 👎0.47 (-31.13%)

At close Fri Sep 23 2022

Marketcap
114,168,832 USD

Marketcap

PE:0.001
BETA (5y):2.865
EPS:2988.226
Profits

for 5 years

68%

for 3 years

529%

for 2 years

1,578%

for 1 year

108%

for this year

110%
Solstad Offshore ASA operates offshore service and construction vessels for offshore and renewable energy industry worldwide. It provides platform supply vessel, anchor handling vessel, subsea construction, and renewable energy services. The company offers subsea construction and renewable energy services, such as geotechnical work, walk to work services, grouting, SURF operations, deep sea mining, cable laying and repair, trenching and burial, ROV support, installation of subsea equipment, survey work, IMR operations, node seismic operations, and diving and topside maintenance work. It operates a fleet of 25 construction service vessels, 26 anchor handling tug support vessels, and 45 platform supply vessels. The company was founded in 1964 and is headquartered in Skudeneshavn, Norway.

With more than 100 modern ships and 4 000 highly skilled employees, Solstad is one of the largest, greenest and most capable offshore shipping companies.

Solstad Offshore ASA
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