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

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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