Solstad bags work for six vessels

Debt-ridden Norwegian offshore shipping line Solstad lands work for six vessels with a new contract. The ships will service drilling campaigns in Australian waters starting next month.

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Norwegian Solstad Offshore has found work for six of its ships.

The strained offshore shipping company has signed a contract with company Woodside, which covers two of Solstad's anchor-handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels as well as four platform supply vessels (PSVs), the company informs in a statement.

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