A quarter of Maersk Supply Service's vessels are stacked

A large proportion of the world's offshore supply ships are still out of work, Maersk Supply Service estimates. 25 percent of the company's ships are presently laid up.
Photo: PR/Maersk Supply Service
Photo: PR/Maersk Supply Service

A quarter of Maersk Supply Service's vessels have been unemployed throughout a longer period and are currently laid up, shows a fleet update from the company in connection with A.P. Møller-Maersk's interim report from last week.

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