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INTTRA sets up European headquarters in Copenhagen

Copenhagen will be the European headquarters for one of the global container industry's key companies, INTTRA, planning to have a staff of up to 25 people within 12-18 months.

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Copenhagen has beaten other European cities such as London, Hamburg and Frankfurt in the competition to become the European headquarters for US-based INTTRA, which is planning to establish up to 25 jobs within 12-18 months, says the company in comments to ShippingWatch.

The choice of Copenhagen thus represents yet another victory for the Danish capital's ambitions in the maritime sector, where quite a number of other foreign companies have announced that they will establish themselves in Denmark in recent weeks.

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