Maersk Supply Service to axe one in four onshore employees

Maersk's offshore carrier is now also scaling back on its on-land organization from which 25 percent of the employees will be made redundant. The carrier recently announced that 400 seafarers will be laid off.

Just a short while after Maersk Supply Service announced lay offs for upwards of 400 seafarers and the out-flagging and sale of vessels, the carrier now plans to reduce its onshore workforce by 25 percent, corresponding to one in four for land-based employees. This means that 65 people around the world will be laid off, informs Maersk Supply Service in a press release on Monday.

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