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Intermarine wants to expand its fleet in 2013

This August, Danish Scan-Trans merged with American Intermarine, now operating under that name. A solid financial basis lets Intermarine focus on acquisitions, as well as working with banks on taking over ships in the year to come.

2012 was a tough year for the shipping industry in general, which suffered from the poor freight markets. Danish Scan-Trans was also affected, but the merger with American Intermarine made it one of the biggest players in the market for project- and heavy lift cargos.

In the coming year, in addition to further combining the synergies of the two companies, the company will focus on acquisition opportunities, says Lars Juhl, former CEO of  Scan-Trans, he now holds the title of Managing Director Europe, Middle East, and Asia.

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