The port reception and waste treatment services firm said revenues in the year to
However, the firm said that following consultation with its creditors and the board, it decided to write off the goodwill as the large item "did not reflect real intrinsic value and somewhat distorted the true net asset value of the company."
The company proposed a final dividend of
In its Maritime division,
In the Oil & Gas sector, the firm commissioned five Compact Treatment Units, two of which were sold to a third party, it said.
In Engineering, the company won a contract to supply a maritime liquid waste treatment plant to the new
"There have been challenges faced in the Maritime Division as we invested to meet changes in legislation, and delays in bringing operations in
"We will continue to build the foundations that will allow Nature to grow and prosper in achieving its divisional strategic objectives." added Sandy.
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