Kuwait's Agility inks $200m deal with oil giant Shell

Fuel logistics unit signs agreement with Royal Dutch Shell for six new tankers

Kuwaiti group Agility said its fuel logistics unit Tristar Transport had signed a $200 million charter contract with Royal Dutch Shell for six new tankers.

The seven-year deal has an option for an additional three years, Agility said in a filing to the Dubai stock exchange which was published on Thursday.

The tankers will be delivered in 2016, it said in the statement.

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