Expansion at OSM Maritime pushes number of employees to 15,000

OSM Maritime has grown 25 percent in the past year, and the company notes that shipping companies are looking toward ship managers when there is a crisis in shipping and offshore. The company aims to grow 1.5 percent each month, chairman tells ShippingWatch.

OSM Maritime har hovedkvarter i Arendal i Norge. | Photo: PR / OSM Maritime

Executive chairman of ship management company OSM Maritime, Tommy Olofsen, clearly feels that customers are hit by the coronavirus crisis, the financial downturn that has emerged in its wake, and lastly the dive in the oil price that happened a few months ago.

All in all, only the tanker sector has fared well, while the remaining segments, with cruises as the most dire example, are all to some extent suffering.

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