J. Lauritzen opens dry bulk office i Switzerland

J. Lauritzen will open a new office in Geneva on January 1st. An increasing number of customers are based in Switzerland, says Peter Borup, president of Lauritzen Bulkers.

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Between 10 and 15 percent of carrier J. Lauritzen's dry bulk business today comes from customers based in Switzerland, and the number is growing. This development has made the carrier decide to open an office in Geneva, explains Peter Borup, president of Lauritzen Bulkers:

"The proximity to clients with a strong trading mindset like ourselves is important not only in terms of sharing knowledge but also in terms of refining our service offerings," he says in a statement on the carrier's website.

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