Weak tanker market makes DHT push forward yard stays

Tanker operator DHT Holdings brings forward yard stays for its fleet of supertankers, as a consequence of the currently weak freight market. This comes after a fourth quarter in which the shipping company was able to book a profit despite a significant setback.

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Tanker operator DHT Holdings acts on a weak freight market and brings forward yard stays for several of its ships.

This comes after a fourth quarter in which DHT, like competitor Euronav, saw a weak tanker market reduce its top as well as bottom line.

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