To stay relevant, SembMarine is transforming itself to take on large scale engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects and offering nimble compacting solutions to customers.
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SEMBCORP Marine shares sank on Monday, following its second-quarter results released after trading hours on Friday which saw the group post a net loss of S$55.62 million. This came in lower than street expectations.
From last Friday's closing price of S$1.96, its shares...