OVER 180 YEARS OF MARINE HERITAGE
P&O Maritime Logistics is a leading provider of marine solutions with a focus on offshore energy, port services and cargo transport.
A MODERN AND VERSATILE FLEET
We own and operate approximately 400 vessels and provide a wide portfolio of value-added marine services. We have the ability to integrate these offerings with our customers’ operations – always with safety and the environment at the forefront.
DELIVERING MARINE SOLUTIONS
We support the oil & gas and renewables industries – two of the most exciting and rapidly changing sectors in the world.
Our ‘safety first’ ethos, high-quality crews, strong financial track record and versatile fleet secure our long-standing relationships with some of the world’s largest energy companies.
DRIVEN BY CRAFTSMANSHIP
Our sense of craftsmanship drives all that we do. We work hand-in-hand with our clients, shipbuilders and key suppliers, applying our skills to develop marine logistics solutions and design future vessels.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
From our ‘safety first’ focus to our underlying corporate values and environmental initiatives, we set high standards for ourselves and our partners across all areas of our business.
NEWS 20 Nov 2023
P&O Maritime Logistics’ Multifaceted Approach to Decarbonisation
Leading provider of marine solutions, P&O Maritime Logistics (a DP World Company), is unwavering in its commitment to shaping a low-carbon future.
NEWS 15 Aug 2023
P&O Maritime Logistics Expands Footprint in the Americas with Dominican Republic Towage Contract
Leading maritime services provider, P&O Maritime Logistics has secured an exclusive towage contract with DP World in the Dominican Republic, which will increase the volume and size of vessels calling at the Port of Caucedo.
NEWS 12 July 2023
P&O Maritime Logistics Plays Key Role in Supporting Germany’s 80% Green Energy Initiative
In efforts to support Germany’s energy transition agenda, P&O Maritime Logistics will use its Multi Carrying Vessels to transport modular units for offshore wind power stations, which will be used to build the new Wind Farm in North Sea, Germany.