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OFFSHORE SUPPLY: Offshore marriage

Japan’s Sanko Steamship and the Hellespont Group of Greece have formed Sanko-Hellespont Offshore Management Pte Ltd in Singapore to provide manning and shipmanagement services to their offshore fleets.

This includes four 12,250bhp Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels (AHTS) and four 3,250dwt Platform Supply Vessels (PSV) already in service, plus an additional four 16,320bhp AHTS and four 4,700dwt PSVs being delivered. Several more vessels are expected to enter the joint venture over the next 12 months. Sanko operates a fleet of 36 owned and 156 chartered vessels while Hellespont operates a chemical tanker pool and manages 26 vessels.

Ships Montly - January 2024

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