DHT Holdings lands USD 20 million on new contracts

DHT Holdings, which vastly expanded its fleet of VLCCs last year, has chartered four tankers to oil companies and trading houses. Rates reach up to USD 45,000 a day.

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Oslo-based tanker company DHT Holdings has landed charter contracts for four tankers, a transaction that is expected to generate USD 20 million from April to December 2015 after operational costs and debt has been separated, according to a statement from the tanker shipowner.

The ships in question include a VLCC, which two large trading houses have chartered for ten months at USD 45,000 a day. Two Aframax vessels, which for 24 months have been chartered to a large oil company for USD 22,500 a day, and one Suezmax vessel that will sail 12 months at USD 30,000 a day for another large oil company.

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