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Maersk Supply Service sells another two vessels

Offshore:

Maersk Group's offshore carrier continues its announced fleet reduction by selling another two vessels. Maersk Supply Service has now sold off a total of ten vessels, and the carrier is currently half-way in its plan to reduce its fleet by 20 vessels.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 14.12.16 at 09:25

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