Svend Andersen on comeback: "I didn't think I would be the chief executive ever again"

Svend Andersen could not let the offer go when Hamburg-based SAL Heavy Lift reached out to him. He believes in growth for Intermarine on the US continent, he tells ShippingWatch.

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Svend Andersen did not expect to become a chief executive ever again.

After a somewhat abrupt departure from the world's biggest multi-purpose and heavy-lift carrier, BBC Chartering, in 2019, he mostly expected to be hired for consultancy tasks in the sector, which he has dedicated almost 50 years of his life to.

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