Thome strengthens its business in India

Thome Ship Management has entered into a joint venture with Doehle Danautic in India, in an effort to secure more Indian business through an expansion of Indian Officers for its tank-, dry bulk-, and offshore fleets.

Approximately ten percent of ship management company Thome's employees are from India and Sri Lanka. Thome operates a fleet of more than 300 ships, and through the new joint venture with Indian Doehle Danautic, the company hopes to get even more Indian employees.

“It means that Thome will now enjoy a much stronger platform to expand our global services as complement our existing network of Thome offices around the world.  I strongly believe this demonstrates the group’s commitment to further strengthen our links with India, a country with a great maritime tradition and one that consistently produces some of the world’s best Officers,” says Carsten Ostenfeldt, CEO of Thome Ship Management, in a press release.

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