Maersk Tankers missed out on Singapore sale

At one point it looked like Maersk Tankers were set to sell even more ships, in addition to the divestsments of part of the Broström fleet and the 11 product tankers sold to Navigator. But the company missed out on the chance to sell part of its Singapore activities.

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In addition to Maersk Tanker's two major divestments last year, the sale of Broström's North European fleet and product tankers sold to Navigator, respectively, it looked like there was more in store. Maersk Tankers told ShippingWatch that a buyer was looking at some of the fleet's ships registered in Singapore, likely the smaller Broström ships. But nothing happened beyond that, according to the shipping company today.

Now Maersk Tankers CEO Hanne B. Sørensen says that she is pleased with the current size and tonnage of the shipping company.

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