About Solace Global Maritime
Solace Global Maritime is a worldwide provider of bespoke security solutions for the protection of assets, personnel and profits across the maritime spectrum. Supported by state-of-the-art facilities and leading the way in all aspects of compliance, licensing and industry guidelines, Solace ensures an unrivalled service and complete security and peace of mind for its clients.
The management and operations teams are recruited exclusively from the UK Military and Special Forces and combine more than 100 years' experience in the Armed Forces, offering exceptional 24 hour shore side support and intelligence to the security teams on task. Every Maritime Security Liaison Officer (MSLO) representing Solace is also recruited exclusively from the Royal Marines and scrutinised individually for their extensive experience in maritime operations, vessel boarding and ship defence.
About Solace Group
Solace Group provides bespoke security services to the world’s maritime, oil & gas, corporate and private sectors.
With unrivalled experience in all aspects of business intelligence and operational, commercial and private security, Solace Group is supported globally by an expert team of security specialists and consultants.
Safeguarding assets, personnel, resources and reputations through its Risk Solutions, Oil & Gas and Maritime Security divisions, Solace Group mitigates risk in an uncertain world.
Go to www.solace-group.com.
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