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Redwise-DCP Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of Acquisition


published on 30 June 2023 63 -

Yesterday (June 29, 2023) marks the 5-year anniversary since Redwise secured the future of the Deep Sea Pilots and Offshore VTS Pilots after the takeover from Royal Dirkzwager in 2018. The operations were sustained and expanded during the past years and have been fully integrated with the other activities of Redwise, further ensuring continuity. With the takeover, Redwise-DCP provides deep sea pilotage service of a growing number of container vessels, car carriers and tankers, most of them being VLCC’s throughout the North Sea due to the changing trades following the sanctions of Russian crude. By providing the deep sea pilotage services,

Redwise-DCP ensures that the risk to the safety of navigation is reduced to “as low as reasonably practicable” in the dense waters of the English Channel and the North sea. The highly skilled pilots are also deployed as offshore VTS operators and use their expertise to assist shipyard as ship owners with sea trials and conduct training for crews in all parts of the world. Furthermore, the deep sea pilots are conducting ship delivery voyages, further emphasizing the synergies within the service portfolio of Redwise.
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