Svitzer wins fight for 12-year contract in Oman

Maersk's salvage and towage company Svitzer has won a 12-year contract with Petroleum Development Oman after a tough bidding round.

Svitzer came out on top in the fight to win a 12-year contract with company Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) in Oman, says Maersk's salvage and towage company in a statement. Svitzer describes the deal as "a major contract" though the company declines to put a figure on the order.

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