Maersk Tankers signs deal with BP for 11 ships

Product tanker shipping company Maersk Tankers expands its fleet with 11 ships as part of a deal with oil company BP's shipping division. The company now has almost 200 ships under management.

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Maersk Tankers adds more vessels to its managed fleet through a deal with oil major BP and leasing company ICBC.

As part of the deal, more specifically signed with BP Shipping, Maersk Tankers takes over management of 11 ships on bareboat charter contracts. The shipping company will then charter the ships to BP over a three-year period.

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