Thome considers opening branch in Copenhagen

As part of its current European strategy, Thome Ship Management is looking at Copenhagen as a base for its activities in Northern Europe. A decision is expected to be made soon.

Copenhagen could become a new European base for Norwegian-owned Thome Ship Management, which currently has 300 ships under technical management and crew management, and has its headquarters in Singapore. The company is currently working out the last details about opening a branch in Denmark, and the CEO of Thome Ship Management, Carsten Ostenfeldt, is optimistic.

“We’re considering an establishment in Copenhagen, as there is a concentration of activities that are interesting to us, and because things are currently going the right way in relation to developing the sector,” says Carsten Ostenfeldt to ShippingWatch, adding: “I have a good feeling about this, and I think it’s something we could do fairly quickly if we get the right feedback.”

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