High slippage levels offer hope for struggling tanker owners

  • Friday 20 April 2012, 16:16

HIGH slippage levels mean only 228 tankers are expected to be delivered into the global fleet this year compared with 348 vessels that were scheduled for delivery, helping to reduce tanker supply as the industry struggles with overcapacity weighing down on freight rates.Slippage, which is...

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