Maersk Supply Service idles more ships in the North Sea

Extremely low daily rates make Maersk Supply Service idle two more ships in the North Sea. "We cannot rule out that it might be necessary to idle more ships," Søren Karas, Commercial and Strategy Officer at Maersk Supply Service, tells ShippingWatch.

A massive supply of offshore vessels in the North Sea operating in a weak rate environment now makes Maersk Supply Service idle more anchor handling tug supply vessels (AHTS). The carrier has now idled a total of four vessels, and more could follow.

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