STX RO Offshore Braila SA, formerly known as Aker Braila SA

August 2011
SeeNews Research & Profiles (Company Profiles);2011, Special section p1
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A profile of STX RO Offshore Braila SA, also known as Aker Braila JSC and Santierul Naval Braila SA (JSC), is presented. The company is based in Romania and builds sea and river cargo and passenger ships. Roy Reite is the company's chairman of the board. Financial information on STX RO Offshore including total assets, liabilities and profit margins for the years 2005-2009 is provided.


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