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Odfjell takes over two chemical tanker vessels

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Tanker carrier Odfjell has signed charter contracts for two new chemical tanker vessels as part of its planned fleet renewal. The ships will be built in Japan and are set for delivery in 2018 and 2019.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 27.02.17 at 15:08

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