Maersk Supply Service wins million-dollar contract in Brazil

Maersk Supply Service has landed a contract with Brazilian Petrobas worth a reported USD 300 million.

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A USD 300 million contract hits the spot at Maersk Supply Service, which is now set to service Brazilian Petrobras with four tug supply vessels in the oil company's offshore operations off the coast of Brazil, says Maersk Supply Service in a press release.

The contract has a four-year duration, with an option for four years more.

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