Refined product export activity from the US Gulf Coast to Mexico appeared to have picked up amid record low freight rates this week.PMI, the trading and chartering arm of Mexico’s state-owned Pemex has booked at least seven Medium Range tankers so far this week to move refined products from the US Gulf Coast to the East Coast of Mexico, according to shipping sources.Among fixtures heard, PMI has the Torm Arawa, Oriental Diamond and Anja Kirk on subjects for the USGC-East Coast Mexico route at $160,000.The company was also heard to have fully fixed the Torm Thunder and the Overseas Alcmar at $165,000; the Overseas Alcesmar at $170,00 and the Seasalvia at $175,000.
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