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Synergy Group expects to maintain 30 percent growth rate

Synergy Group, which recently entered a joint venture with Norden, sees its growth rate remaining stable around 30 percent, CEO and founder Rajesh Unni tells ShippingWatch. The company aims to set up new partnerships.

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From the windows of Synergy Group's European headquarter in Copenhagen, it is literally possible to look into the offices of Norden on the other side of the road that takes people from the Danish capital to the maritime cluster Hellerup north of the city.

Just a couple of weeks ago, the two companies set up a ship management joint venture, but if you ask CEO and founder of Synergy Group Rajesh Unni, the agreement could be followed up by more partnerships, either in the form of joint ventures or through other kinds of arrangements.

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