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Peterson expands partnership with Chrysaor with new contract extension

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Peterson has been awarded a new contract with Chrysaor to grow its current integrated logistics services agreement.

Peterson expands partnership with Chrysaor with new contract extension

The 18-month contract extension, with options for three further one-year extensions, will see Peterson support Chrysaor across all its North Sea assets and includes warehousing, transport and marine services, as well as the recently added provision of eight Offshore Materials Controllers (OMC) for the production platforms Armada, North Everest and Lomond.

This extension builds on a successful partnership developed over the past 18 months when Peterson started supporting Chrysaor’s logistics requirements. The work will be serviced from Peterson’s bases in Altens and Edzell and is expected to see around 50 000 t of cargo moving through Torry Marine Base.

To support this contract, Peterson has welcomed nine additional employees, in both onshore and offshore roles, reflecting the company’s ongoing commitment to investing in its people, ensure it continues to exceed client expectations and drive innovative solutions throughout the energy supply chain.

Chris Coull, Regional Director at Peterson, added: “This contract extension demonstrates the strong relationship and trust we have built with Chrysaor over the past 18 months and we are very excited to be able to continue to support this forward-thinking business.

“Our logistics team armed with our unique technology suite allow Peterson to constantly identify ways to drive efficiency and resource sharing in the energy supply chain and we are excited to enter the next chapter of working with Chrysaor to continue to deliver this.”

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