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.

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