Norden expands its fleet with two MR tankers

A "significantly stronger" market for crude oil tankers, a low oil price and reduced stockpiles form the basis for Norden's decision to buy two ships, says CEO.

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Shipping company Norden has expended its fleet with two MR product tankers built in 2009, informs the company in a press release Tuesday.

The ships, built in South Korea, have a capacity of 50,000 dwt each, and the acquisition pushes the company's combined tanker fleet to 58 ships, including ships on charter.

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