DHT Holdings sees weak tanker market continue into the second quarter

Tanker company DHT recorded setbacks on both the top and bottom line in the first months of the year, and the company plans to use an expected weak tanker market to push up drydockings and planned installations of scrubbers and ballast water systems. Corrected.

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(Corrected 05.05.2021 at 08.30 CET. In a previous version the header stated that DHT saw a weak container market, this has been corrected to a weak tanker market)

Tanker shipping company DHT Holdings sees a weak market that looks set to continue into the second quarter, in which the carrier expects several off hire days.

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