Wrist Ship Supply now occupies global leading position

Following years of coming in second, Wrist Ship Supply has advanced to the top global position and a turnover of 3 billion Danish kroner. Particularly the offshore customers tick up the turnover, and several new activities are already in the pipeline.

Photo: Øyvind Hagen/Statoil

Wrist Ship Supply has moved up to the first place as the world’s largest supplier of foods and provisions for ships and offshore installations with a turnover for 2012 which will near 3 billion Danish kroner.

This follows the increasing turnover of Wrist Ship Supply, while the large, Norwegian competitor, EMS, has lost revenue.

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