Concordia Maritime charters more vessels again

Concordia Maritime is positioning itself even more toward an expected recovery in the market, and the carrier charters two more vessels for its fleet while extending contracts on another two.

In light of an expected recovery, Stena-controlled tanker carrier Concordia Maritime has decided to add more chartered vessels to its fleet.

The carrier charters another two MR vessels, while two existing MR contracts are extended by a year, according to a press release.

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