P&O Maritime Logistics faces a crucial decision in its transformation

P&O Maritime Logistics is looking for acquisitions and partnerships to allow the group to do more than just charter out offshore vessels. "Our clients have ultimately asked us to become a more service-oriented logistics provider," says VP of Logistics brought in to complete the transformation.

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Demands from oil majors have changed and offshore suppliers therefore have to change the way they operate and the services they provide.

Three years ago, these changes led P&O Maritime Logistics, the result of a merger between Topaz Energy & Marine and P&O Maritime, to launch a transformation aimed at preparing the company for its new reality.

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