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Maersk Supply Service is a leading provider of global offshore marine services. Our fleet of state-of-the-art vessels offers an unparalleled range of services -  including rig moving and anchor handling - to our customers in the oil and gas industry. Our core business is high-end and deep water services provided by our most powerful and advanced supply vessels.

  • We serve the offshore industry with a fleet of over 60 vessels manned by more than 2,000 crew members and supported by around 200 onshore staff worldwide. 
  • We operate worldwide and in all major offshore areas in Europe, from Southern Brazil to East Coast Canada, from Africa to Asia Pacific.
  • Deep-water anchor handling is a core competency for us, and we are the market leader. We are specialized in high-end services, and our team of engineers is standing by to make customer-specific modifications to our multipurpose vessels. 
  • Our crews and officers are our greatest assets. Throughout our history, we have set the industry standard in training and education. We are continuously developing our teams to meet the growing demands of the oil and gas industry.  We believe a well trained crew is a reliable one - and in the tough offshore world, reliability and efficiency are the keys to success.

We are at the forefront of changes happening in the industry. It is in our blood to seek new challenges, and when the offshore business goes to new places – geographically as well as technologically – we want to be right there, helping to lay the groundwork.

Services and core business

Our capabilities cover all areas of offshore supply services – from rig moves and anchor handling to iceberg management and pollution control. Read more about our services here.

Our special focus area is high-end operations. For years, we have led the field in handling the extreme conditions of deep and ultra-deep water, where we provide anchor handling, support subsea operations and deliver all other supply services for platforms, rigs and barges.

We consider no challenge too great: whatever service you require, we have the experience and people to deliver a safe, reliable and cost-effective solution. In the high-end market, we offer a unique combination of powerful vessels, custom-made equipment and highly skilled crews. Our officers undergo rigorous training in the world's most advanced marine simulator, and our company's experience in this area is unmatched. This equips our crews to deal with the toughest environments. 

Trust

Nothing is more important to us than having the trust of our customers. In our business, deals are often made with a handshake and a nod, and we wouldn't want it any other way.  We are constantly talking to our customers to better gauge their needs so we can plan and optimise our service accordingly. 

Our officers not only receive the best training in the industry, they are also instilled in our company culture of establishing close customer relationships. We want our customers to sleep easy, safe in the knowledge that their offshore operation is in the best possible hands.

Even a slight reduction in fuel consumption means significantly reduced emissions and lower costs

COMPANY HISTORY

1967: Maersk Supply Service enters the offshore market as the first Scandinavian shipping company

1974: Maersk Supply Service is established as an independent business unit in the A. P. Moller - Maersk Group

1979: Becomes leading owner and operator in the field of large offshore support vessels with the delivery of the first anchor handling tug supply vessel of more than 10,000 BHP

1986: Delivery of the first anchor handling tug supply vessel over 15,000 BHP

1994: Enters cable market with the conversion of platform supply vessel "MAERSK FIGHTER" into a cable vessel

1995: Exits the market in anchor handling tug supply vessels under 10,000 BHP

1997: Delivery of the first anchor handling tug supply vessel over 20,000 BHP

1998: The first four dedicated cable vessels are ordered.

1999: World’s most advanced anchor handling simulator is established at Maersk Training

2000: Delivery of the first A-type anchor handling tug supply vessel over 23,500 BHP

2003: The first field and subsea support vessel is delivered. Anchor handling simulator is upgraded ¬with dynamic positioning systems

2008: Maersk Supply Service A/S is established as a separate limited company with its own dedicated HSEQ function

2010: Fleet renewal programme completed with the delivery of 18 new vessels, at an investment of more than 1 billion USD

2010: Maersk Offshore Simulator And Innovation Centre (MOSAIC) opens at Maersk Training. The industry-leading facility includes a state-of-the-art full mission bridge simulator