Enabling the flow of goods & supplies in and out of ports around the world.

P&O Maritime Logistics is a member of the DP World group of companies, which means we are integrated within one of the most advanced, extensive port and terminal networks on the planet. We operate from market-leading ports worldwide, with experienced and professional teams managing a modern fleet of tug, pilot & mooring boats, including a host of ancillary craft supporting environmental, nav-aid and emergency response activities.

We provide a wide portfolio of port and terminal (including LNG) marine and specialist services:

  • Towage
  • Pilotage
  • Mooring
  • Nav-aid maintenance
  • Environmental services
  • Emergency response
  • River cargo services

We have a strong and diverse presence across the globe, providing a plethora of marine services to our many valued clients and customers, including DP World’s flagship port of Jebel Ali in the U.A.E.

View P&O Maritime Logistics’ global network of ports in our locations map or see the wider DP World locations map on their website.


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Important Note: Seafarer recruitment applications are to be processed via the recruitment email: [email protected], any CVs shared with below commercial mail will not be responded to.



    In 2017, P&O Maritime Logistics was awarded our first contracts by Ok Tedi Mining to provide transhipment and vessel management services in support of export operations in Papua New Guinea.

    Today, we operate several research and river operation support craft, as well as community vessels at Port Moresby and along the Fly River. This includes ownership and operation of 6 bulk-carrier vessels for Ok Tedi Mining and management of a further 5 support vessels for the Ok Tedi Development Foundation, the business’ non-profit subsidiary dedicated to sustainability.

    All the vessels we have deployed meet the unique environmental requirements and ensure that local communities are not impacted by operations.