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Peters & May inks BBC partnership

May 3 - Peters & May has signed a strategic partnership with BBC Chartering, giving the UK based yacht transport solutions provider access to the shipping line's 150 multipurpose heavy lift vessels.

"Our agreement with BBC Chartering, alongside our existing partnership with Normed for our Northern European to Mediterranean business, allows us to further increase the strength of our global yacht transport solutions and offer an enhanced service to our marine clients," said Peters & May ceo Dave Holley.

He added that the collaboration was a "win-win situation" for both parties and their clients.

 

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