Thorco: Now it's time to gather the new organization

Clipper Projects and Thorco Shipping merger agreement happened relatively fast. Now the first step is to ensure that the two companies are properly integrated, says CEO Henrik Ramskov to ShippingWatch.

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A year ago, mulitpurpose shipping company Thorco Shipping had no plans to enter into a joint venture with Clipper when discussions about a pool was on the agenda. But something changed since then, and today Thorco Shipping and Clipper Projects announced a future collaboration and a new company under the name Thorco.

The merger has not been long underway, says the new CEO of Thorco, Henrik Ramskov, who has a background with both Maersk Tankers and Damco, to ShippingWatch. And the primary focus right now is to gather the organization:

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