Frontline Plc

NYSE: FRO
$28.72
-$0.49 (-1.7%)
Closing price May 29, 2024

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FRO Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country USA
Sector ENERGY & TRANSPORTATION
Industry DEEP SEA FOREIGN TRANSPORTATION OF FREIGHT
Address PAR-LA-VILLE PLACE, 14 PAR-LA-VILLE ROAD, HAMILTON, HM 08, BM
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 9/30/2023
Market Cap 5,026.83M USD
Shares Outstanding 222,623,000
Frontline Plc is a global leader in the maritime transportation of crude oil and oil products. With a fleet of 70 vessels, this Cyprus-based company specializes in owning, operating, and chartering oil and product tankers. Since its establishment in 1985, Frontline has expanded its operations to include the buying and selling of ships, positioning itself as a key player in the international shipping industry.

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