Maersk injects capital into its loss-making offshore carrier

Maersk injected USD 700 million into its offshore ship operator Maersk Supply Service, which has operated with large deficits in recent years. Maersk had to call off a planned sale of the company last year as it was unable to find a buyer.

Photo: PR / Maersk Supply Service

The Maersk Group has injected a huge sum of money in its loss-incurring offshore carrier Maersk Supply Service.

The shipping company used to make solid profits on servicing the oil industry, but like many of its competitors, Maersk Supply Service never really recovered from the steep oil collapse in 2014, which made energy sector scale back investments.

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