Deep Sea Supply idles offshore vessels

Deep Sea Supply forced to idle three offshore vessels in the severely challenged market for vessels servicing the offshore industry.

John Fredriksen-controlled offshore carrier Deep Sea Supply has idled three PSVs (Platform Supply Vessels), informs the carrier in a brief to the Oslo Stock Exchange on Tuesday.

The carrier published its second quarter interim report in August, which showed the carrier just etching into a profit in the quarter in spite of an extremely tough market for ships servicing the offshore sector.

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