Maersk Tankers sees 28% jump in the number of vessels
Global agreements with Maersk Tankers translated into a 28 percent jump in the number of vessels under its commercial control between 2020 and 2021.
Maersk Tankers saw a promising increase in pool partners from the Middle East and East Asia, most notably.
The key driving force behind the overall expansion has been the Joint Cargill-Maersk Tankers MR pool, with more owners and vessels expected to join in the coming weeks.
The MR pool exceeded the 100-vessel mark in the first, and ahead of time (a target originally set for 2022).
The Maersk Tankers business model depends on maximizing the efficiency of vessels and delivering full value returns for partners, including the ease of flexible entry and exit.
Maersk Tankers promotes global oil exchange to meet the energy needs of the planet. The company is a leading player in the tanker industry, running one of the largest vessel fleets and hiring more than 3,000 people worldwide.
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