Viking Signs Contract with Stolt Tankers

Monday, January 10, 2011

Viking Life-Saving Equipment reports it is finding success with its Shipowner Agreement servicing contracts, with the latest being the signing of a liferaft exchange contract with Stolt Tankers BV worldwide. With a fleet of more than 70 deep draft tankers, and more than 80 coastal tankers and inland tankers, Stolt Tankers operates one of the most technically advanced tanker fleets in the world. Stolt Tankers vessels will receive Viking liferafts, which will simply be exchanged as their certificates expire.

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