Viking Supply Ships lands million-dollar contract

Viking Supply Ships has secured an important contract for four of its AHTS ships with a large oil company. The contract covers the 2014 and 2015 drilling seasons, with options for additional seasons.

Shipping company Viking Supply Ships has secured its largest contract ever, for four of the company's eight Anchor Handling Tug Supply ships (AHTS) with an oil company. The contract is worth a total of USD 120 million.

"This is a very important contract and it falls in line with our management strategy," Viking Supply Ships CEO Christian Berg tells ShippingWatch.

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