Nordic American Tankers Resolve US Detention Issue

Press Release
Friday, March 15, 2013

One of Nordic American's Suezmax tankers had to stay in a US port about 10 days longer than planned following a detention in December 2012.

In the press release of December 6, 2012, Nordic American Tankers (NAT) announced that it was working closely with US authorities to provide the information that they requested.   NAT is pleased that it has been confirmed now that no charges have been lodged or will be lodged against them in connection with this incident.

The company adds that this ship has been trading all the time and continues to do so.
 

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