Maersk Tankers expects to get 10 percent more ships for its pools this year

Developments in recent days have shown that Maersk Tankers is not alone in looking to add ships to its pools. Even though Norden bagged its partnership with Diamond S, the ambition remains intact, CEO Christian M. Inglerslev tells ShippingWatch.

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Maersk Tankers aims to have around 25 new ships in its product tanker pools by the end of the year, CEO Christian M. Ingerslev tells ShippingWatch.

Over time, the size of the company's seven pools could be 300 ships in total, Ingerslev has previously estimated in an interview with Danish media Finans, but the target so far is to have 250 by 2021. Today the company has 224 ships in its pools.

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