Intermarine expands network on the Atlantic after Nordana exit

US project carrier Intermarine has secured the former head of Nordana to lead an expanded liner service on the Atlantic, while BBC Chartering and Spliethoff are similarly expanding on the Atlantic.

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US carrier Intermarine, LLC, has hired the former COO from Danish carrier Nordana, Chris Harman, to lead the project carrier's expansion of its liner service on the Atlantic between between the US and the Mediterranean, announces Intermarine in a press release.

The capital fund owned Intermarine merged with Danish Scan-Trans back in 2012.

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