Tufton adds chemical tankers to Stolt Tankers' fleet

Stolt Tankers and Tufton have entered into a pooling agreement for more chemical tanker vessels to join Stolt Tankers' fleet.

Photo: Stolt-Nielsen

Stolt Tankers' fleet will see the addition of a number of chemical tankers as part of a pooling agreement with Tufton Investment Limited.

As per the agreement, a total of seven chemical tanker vessels between 19,000 and 21,999 dwt will be added to Stolt Tankers Joint Service's deep-sea fleet, the chemical tanker operator writes in a press release Thursday.

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