Maersk Suppy Service's revenue takes a dive

Maersk Supply Service, which together with Maersk Tankers will be separated from Maersk, lost USD 11 million in the third quarter. A battle for survival between carriers has been unleashed onto the market, says the company.

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Revenue is trickling away at Maersk Group's struggling offshore carrier Maersk Supply Service, which came out of the third quarter with a deficit of USD 11 million (EUR 9.89).

325 offshore employees left the company in September, while 43 onshore jobs were slashed in October.

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