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Intermarine will represent United Heavy Lift in North America

Project cargo operator United Heavy Lift has appointed Intermarine as "exclusive" commercial agent in North America. Intermarine, which was acquired by Germany's Zeaborn, emerged earlier this year as an independent company in the US.

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US-based Intermarine, which earlier this year was resurrected as an independent company following the collapse of Zeamarine, will serve as commercial agent for project cargo ship operator United Heavy Lift in North America.

This means that Intermarine will handle communication for United Heavy Lift's activities, which are managed out of North America, says the company in a press release.

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