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Tramarsa Flota is now PSA Marine Peru


published on 26 August 2020 64 -

Photo and Text by PSA Marine Peru

Coupling PSA Marine Peru’s 25-year experience and deep understanding of the Peruvian maritime industry with its parent company’s global network, the new identity underpins PSA Marine Peru’s growing ambition as a leading maritime provider in Latin America. Supported by the same management team, PSA Marine Peru remains committed to providing top-notch support to its stakeholders through its integrated marine service offering of towage, pilotage, launch boat and offshore services in 10 major ports along the Peruvian coastline.

"The rebranding to PSA Marine Peru is a major milestone for us. We would like to thank our key stakeholders including the Maritime Authority, the National Port Authority, port community, customers and employees for their continued support and confidence in us. PSA Marine Peru will work alongside our key stakeholders as we deliver only the best as ONE PSA and strive towards becoming a maritime leader in the region," said Mr. Enrique Tarazona, Managing Director of PSA Marine Peru.
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