Wrist Ship Supply: We will be biggest worldwide in 2012.

The world’s second-largest supplier of food and other provisions for ships and offshore installations, Danish Wrist Ship Supply, has ambitions to become the biggest in the world – maybe already during 2012.

With an annual turnover of DKR 2.5 billion, Wrist Ship Supply, based in Northern Jutland, is number 2. worldwide, topped only by Eitzen-owned EMS, headquartered in Oslo. But 2012 could be the year that sees Wrist Ship Supply take over the number one spot worldwide, says the company’s senior management.

For Wrist, a leap in revenue of that size will require either a significant increase of own volume, or the acquisition of a competing company, similar to other acquisitions in recent years. CEO of Wrist Ship Supply, Robert Kledal, confirms the ambitions of the company, but refrains from expanding on how the plans will be realized.

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