Three years for sale and still no buyers for Maersk Supply Service

Maersk might find it difficult to offload squeezed Maersk Supply Service, and a sale would be the most well-suited solution, a shipbroker and analyst tells EnergyWatch's sister-site ShippingWatch, pointing to two potential buyers.

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916 days after starting the sales process for Maersk Supply Service (MSS), Maersk has still not managed to sell its squeezed offshore service company.

Whether or not the master plan for MSS turns into an actual sale or a spin-off into an independent company, as in the case of Maersk Drilling, remains unknown.

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