Solace Global Maritime is the United Kingdom's leading provider of maritime security services, safeguarding the maritime industry and marine assets across the globe.
Believing in the consistent delivery of excellence, we are unrivalled in our knowledge and understanding of our client's requirements. From commercial vessel security to tailored risk management solutions, we provide in excess of 1800 transits annually and deliver security services to some of the world's largest oil, gas and energy companies.
Solace is a company that prides itself on setting the standard for maritime security in the modern marine environment and providing complete security and peace of mind for your company and crew.
With a wealth of experience, network of associates and in-depth specialist security knowledge, Solace has a diverse and highly qualified global team that helps to guarantee the delivery of impeccable results in the most hostile, remote and sensitive of situations.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
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