Owners and charterers must work together to cut VLCC costs

  • Tuesday 02 April 2013, 14:56

OWNERS and charterers should find ways to work together to improve transport economics in a tanker market stricken by tonnage oversupply and lacklustre crude oil demand, according to McQuilling Services.Using the voyage example of a very large crude carrier delivering a cargo from the...

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