Sea Marshals Signs up to Elaborate Services

(Press Release)
Friday, May 11, 2012

Sea Marshals has appointed maritime communications specialist Elaborate Communications to manage its public relations and media handling.

 

Sea Marshals Ltd supplies both armed and unarmed security teams for vessels transiting in pirate infested waters. The company is run by experienced security sector professionals who are also ship owners. They work closely with various Flag States, governments, P&I clubs and ship owners to provide a comprehensive security operation.


Headquartered in Cardiff, UK, Sea Marshals Ltd is fully licensed in Djibouti, Sri Lanka, Oman and South Africa for the use of military grade weapons and embarkation and disembarkation of security teams.

 

Sea Marshals Chief of Operations, Thomas Jakobsson, said: “The maritime security sector is developing fast and we are keen to ensure the wider shipping industry is aware of our range of high-quality services.”
Sean Moloney, Managing Director of Elaborate Communications, said: “We are very excited to be working with such a fast-moving and specialist company as Sea Marshals.”
 

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