German carrier and Singapore-based ship manager establish tanker pool

Reederei Nord forms a partnership with a management company representing Japanese Nissen Kaiun to establish an Aframax pool. The parties aim to find more partners for the collaboration.

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German shipping company Reederei Nord is establishing an Aframax tanker pool along with Singapore-based ship manager Synergy Group, which represents Japanese shipping company Nissen Kaiun in the partnership, the companies announce in a press statement.

The new Aframax pool is called N2Tankers and will initially consist of 13 Aframax tankers. The parties aim to find additional partners for the pool.

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