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Looking up at Lloyd Fonds

September 4 - Lloyd Fonds generated EUR700,000 (USD779,000) in consolidated net profit for the first half of 2015, with sales up 20 percent compared with the first half of 2014.

Lloyd Fonds said that the positive result was attributable to recurring proceeds generated by active management of the equity volume, amounting to EUR1.7 billion (USD1.89 billion).

Considering its "sound financial status", Lloyds Fonds confirmed that is still working on repositioning itself as a listed shipping company.

HLPFI reported in April 2015 that Lloyd Fonds' ambitious plans to inject 11 single shipowning entities through a non-cash equity offer, in which limited partners would receive shares in the company, were initially unsuccessful.

www.lloydfonds.de

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Jan De Nul secures Kriegers Flak work

August 16 - Jan De Nul Group will transport and install 72 Siemens wind turbine generators – with a capacity of 8.4 MW each – for the Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm in Denmark.
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The scrubber solution for GHG emissions

August 16 - Advocates of exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS) are championing the use of the technology as a way to reduce global CO2 emissions, as well as complying with the looming IMO sulphur 2020 regulations.
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Easter takes on Daseke interim CEO role

August 16 - Chris Easter has been appointed interim ceo of North American specialised transport provider Daseke following the retirement of Don Daseke.
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SAL Heavy Lift Day returns

August 15 - The fourth SAL Heavy Lift Day will be held at the Steigenberger Hotel in Hamburg on September 18, 2019.
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