Deep Sea Supply needs new contracts

Offshore carrier Deep Sea Supply considers idling vessels due to the difficult market, says the carrier in its interim report. The biggest challenge concerns new contracts for 2016.

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Norwegian offshore carrier Deep Sea Supply just barely achieved a profit in the second quarter 2015, in spite of the fact that the carrier characterizes the market as very challenging.

The company made a profit of USD 1.2 million in the second quarter, compared to a profit in the same quarter 2014 of USD 4.0 million.

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