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Peters & May joins forces with Aurora Global Logistics in Australia

August 19 - Yacht logistics specialists, Peters & May has appointed Aurora Global Logistics as its new network representative in Australia.

Dave Holley, CEO of the Peters & May Group says that his company has undertaken extensive research into the Australian yacht logistics market and has concluded that Aurora's marine logistics product and market share are well suited to future growth and stability within the Australian marine market.

In an offical company statement, Peters & May says that its current Australian agent, Peters & May Australia, will no longer represent the Peters & May brand or activities in any form and has no association with the brand. 

"Aurora, in recent years has positioned itself as the leading international yacht logistics company in Australia. This partnership will ensure Australian importers and exporters have access to the most service orientated, extensive and cost effective yacht logistics solutions in the world. It is a pleasure to work with the Peters & May network and we look forward to being able to jointly represent one another's services within Australia", says Jason Roberts, director and owner of Aurora Global Logistics.

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