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Torm to open Dubai office in early 2023

Product tanker operator Torm has plans to open an office in Dubai next year in order to get closer to customers in the Middle East, writes the carrier on LinkedIn.

Dubai, UAE, is attracting an increasing number of players from the shipping industry. | Photo: Kamran Jebreili/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

The refinery capacity will increase markedly in the Middle East over the next three years, and Torm therefore plans to open an office in Dubai in 2023, writes the Danish product tanker operator on LinkedIn.

According to Torm, 30 percent of the world’s upcoming new refinery capacity will be established in the Middle East, and this serves as background for the company opening the Dubai office next year.

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