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Supreme: EMS Seven Seas to dominate globally

American Supreme Group now owns 90.04 percent of the shares in Norwegian EMS Seven Seas. The ambition is for EMS Seven Seas to dominate the market for ship supply by 2017, says the new owner.

American Supreme Group is now officially the owner of Norwegian ship supply company EMS Seven Seas. The transaction was completed on Friday and Supreme thus owns 90.04 percent of the shares in EMS Seven Seas. And the Americans are pleased. Supreme Group has in particular specialized in working with the US Army by, among other things, delivering supplies to US troops in war zones such as Afghanistan.

"We are excited to announce completion of the acquisition of EMS Seven Seas, which is a great company with a strong brand loyalty," says Supreme Group CEO Theo Reichert in a statement.

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