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Maersk Supply is starting to see longer contracts

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Hard-pressed offshore carrier Maersk Supply Service recently signed an 18-month contract in Mexico and the carrier will soon be able to announce even longer contracts, CEO Steen S. Karstensen tells ShippingWatch. However, the tough market conditions will continue.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 23.08.17 at 14:52

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