Viking Supply Ships pulls vessels from the market

Viking Supply Ships, like numerous of its competitors, is responding to the challenging offshore market by idling more ships, informs the carrier.

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Offshore carrier Viking Supply Ships, part of the Swedish-Danish group Viking Supply Ships A/S, has pulled three platform supply ships (PSV) out of the struggling offshore market, says the carrier in a statement.

The move concerns ships Idun Viking, Frigg Viking and Nanna Viking. The decision to idle the ships will not affect the crew on board, as these were hired in from an external ship manager, says Viking Supply Ships, which is far from the only company to have pulled ships from the market this year.

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