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Maersk Supply Service orders ships for USD 470 million

Maersk Supply Service has ordered four new Subsea Support Vessels. The USD 470 million investment is part of the Maersk Group's strategy to reshape its fleet and secure overall growth.

Maersk Supply Service AHTS-skib Maersk Traveller | Photo: Maersk Supply Service

Maersk Supply Service, which services the oil and gas industry, has now announced that the carrier has placed orders for four new Subsea Support Vessels, to be built at Cosco Dalian Shipyard, with options for two additional vessels. The first newbuilding will hit the water in the fourth quarter 2016.

The investment is worth a total USD 470 million.

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