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Nordic Tankers currently experiencing record months

The chemical tanker market for Nordic Tankers has been through a turnaround and May and June have been the strongest months for a long time "We're optimistic about 2015 as well as 2016," says CEO Per Sylvester Jensen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

2014 was not just a bad year for the chemical tanker segment. It was a surprising and unusually bad year in which market players, for a few months up until Easter, clung to hopes that the market would change and end on a positive note.

But just around Easter last year, it seemed everything went south and the rest of the year was close to terrible – both the segment in general and for one of the major players with around 100 vessels in the water - Nordic Tankers, based in Hellerup just north of central Copenhagen.

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