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Deep Sea Supply suffers new rate slide

The John Fredriksen-owned offshore carrier Deep Sea Supply exited December with yet another decline in its average PSV rates, while the AHTS rates noted a slight increase.

Once again a corporate statement from offshore carrier Deep Sea Supply, owned by Norwegian-Cypriot John Fredriksen, informs of a decline in the average rate level noted in the past month.

This applies to the carrier's fleet of 15 PSVs (Platform Supply Vessel), of which ten are idled. For the remaining five PSV vessels, the average daily rate in December 2015 came to USD 10,800, down from USD 11,900 in November.

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