The contract for Mistral with P&O has been extended and is now valid until December 2018 + option.
An agreement for the sale of mv Miranda (blt 1999) has been signed.
As of next year, Misana and Misida will be in traffic between Rotterdam, Netherlands and Harwich, England.
Baltica contract with TransProCon has been extended and is now valid until December 2017.
Godby Shipping and Marinex have extended the time charter contract for the vessel Mimer until December 2018.
Godby Shipping and CMA CGM have extended the time charter contract for the vessel Midas until December 2018.
1st of January 2017 Link Star started her new traffic for the Finnish forest industry company UPM-Kymmene.
The contract for Baltica with TransProCon has been extended with 6 months and is now valid until June 2017.
P&O has declared their option and extended the contract for Mistral with one year until December 2017.
Long-term agreement with UPM-Kymmene for m/s Link Star, m/s Baltica extended charter with TransProCon
Link Star will start a new long-term traffic for UPM-Kymmene. The charter part with TransProCon for Baltica has been extended.
Godby Shipping and Nor Lines have extended the time charter contract for the vessel Link Star until December 2016.
Godby Shipping and Marinex have extended the time charter contract for the vessel Mimer until June 2017.
Godby Shipping and CMA CGM have extended the time charter contract for the vessel Midas until May 2017.
A contract for the purchase of mv Baltica was signed 8th of August 2015. Thereafter the vessel went through a five-year class renewal docking in Klaipeda.
Stena has extended the contract for mv Miranda until December 2017.
An agreement for the purchase of mv Baltica has been signed and delivery of the vessel is expected to take place in October 2015
The contract with P&O Ferries for Mistral has been extended and is now valid until end 2016 with an option for P&O to extend with an additional year.
Misana, Misida and Miranda chartered to Stena Roro
Mimer will be taken out of CMA CGM service in the beginning of June and then directly sail for the Caribbean.
Facing the summer peak season 2015 Trasmed decided not to extend the contract but instead reactivate one of their own vessels in layup.