ABERDEEN-based SeaEnergy has said its ship management business has won more work from Singapore's Otto Marine.

SeaEnergy has been appointed to manage vessels in UK, European and adjacent waters for Otto's Go Offshore subsidiary. It will take over management of an anchor-handling vessel this summer.

SeaEnergy and Go Offshore have established a joint venture that will market vessels designed by the Aberdeen firm for use in servicing wind farms and the like.

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