DHT Holdings sells ships following loss in Q1

DHT Holdings has just struck a deal to divest two ships after booking a first-quarter loss on its bottom line.

Photo: DHT Holding / PR

Tanker carrier DHT Holdings divests from its fleet upon a start to the year that saw red figures on the bottom line.

In May, the carrier with its fleet of very large crude carriers (VLCCs) made a deal to divest two ships. DHT doesn’t disclose the buyer of the vessels but says they will be delivered to their new owner in the second quarter.

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