Maersk Supply Service receives last newbuild

Maersk Supply Service has received the last newbuild in the so-called Starfish series. However, the company has divested more ships than it has added in the past three years.

Maersk's offshore carrier Maersk Supply Service has received the last ship in its so-called Starfish series from Norway's Kleven Yard and thus completed its fleet expansion so far, says the company in a press release.

Maersk Supply Service has thereby received ten new vessels. However, the company has also sold-off 23 ships in the past three years in an attempt to improve the company's finances, which have been affected by the downturn in the offshore industry.

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