Media: Svitzer faces criticism in Argentina

Svitzer finds itself embroiled in a case in Argentina in which four Argentinian companies accuse Svitzer of circumventing tender rules related to obtaining a contract for nine tugboats, reports

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Svitzer has hit problems in Argentina, where the Maersk Group's towage unit, according to a contract, will operate nine tug boats for energy company Enarsa in Argentina. Together with an Argentinian company, the ships will service Enarsa's gas terminals in the two ports Escobar and Bahia Blanca.

But this is problematic, according to four Argentinian companies which criticize Maersk for charging prices too high and for irregularities in the tender won by Maersk, reports Danish media

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