Svitzer moves regional headquarter to Panama

Maersk-owned towage operator Svitzer moves one of its regional headquarters, which will now be located in Panama. "We see significant growth potential in the region," says managing director of the Americas.

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Towage operator Svitzer, part of the A.P. Møller-Maersk group, is moving its headquarter for the Americas region so that it is now located in Panama.

Until now, Svitzer Americas' headquarter was located in Miami, Florida. But the company decided to move the office to Panama last year. Here, Svitzer moves in to a building that also houses other parts of the Maersk group, including APM Terminals, Hamburg Süd and Twill, informs a press release.

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