Viking Supply Ships: We want to lead the market in the Arctic and the North Sea

Viking Supply Ships believes that the deficit-making shipping company will see better times already this and next year. The company's special skills in sailing the Arctic and the North Sea will pull it through.

2012 was not a good year for Viking Supply Ships, with the deficit reaching USD 27.5 million, a decline compared to 2011. But things will get better by this year already, says CEO of Viking Supply Ships, Christian Berg, to ShippingWatch.

"We expect a better market in general for our ships this year and next year. We have a clear focus on securing period contracts now and to get a higher employment rate for our ships," says Christian Berg.

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