Svitzer expands agreement with Australian coast guard

Svitzer has signed a contract with The Australian Maritime Authority (AMSA) to supply tug boats for emergency situations on most of the Australian coastline. A vote of confidence, says Svitzer.

Maersk-owned Svitzer has expanded an agreement with The Australian Maritime Authority (AMSA) and will for the next three years supply tug boats for emergencies involving ships off the coast of Australia. From 2010 to 2013, the shippng company has covered six out of ten maritime regions for AMSA. An agreement that has now been expanded to cover eight out of ten regions, according to a press release.

“It was a great result for us and it’s a real vote of confidence for SVITZER Australia,” says Managing Director Mark Malone.

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