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PSA Marine acquires Peruvian towage company

PSA Marine completed the 100% acquisition of Tramarsa Flota S.A. and its subsidiaries in Peru from the Grupo Romero. The stock purchase sgreement was signed by Peter Chew, managing director of PSA Marine and Marco Peschiera, CEO of Inversiones Piuranas S.A. and Grupo Piurano de Inversiones S.A., in Lima, Peru on 12 February 2020.

Tramarsa Flota was incorporated in 1994 and its head office is located in Lima, Peru. It is a premier port services company that provides an integrated service offering of towage, pilotage, launch boat and offshore services in 10 major ports along the Peruvian coastline. Tramarsa Flota owns 45 vessels, including 17 tugs, 23 launches and five support vessels for diving activities and other marine services, and is managed by a team of over 600 people.

With the acquisition of Tramarsa Flota, PSA Marine now operates in over seven countries globally with a fleet of more than 100 harbour crafts and 300 harbour pilots.

“I will continue to lead Tramarsa Flota and would like to thank the Maritime Authority, the National Port Authority, port community, staff, customers, and key stakeholders for their continued support,” said Tarazona Soria.

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