Erria looks set to acquire new Chinese partner

Erria looks set to at some point take over China Project Partner, says Jan Bøhne, founder and CEO of the Shanghai-based but Danish-owned company, tells ShippingWatch.

Erria's new collaboration with China Project Partner, announced on Tuesday, with Erria acting as European representative for newbuilding supervision at Chinese yards, could mean that Erria will at some point take over the Chinese registered but Danish-owned company.

"It's in the cards, if things go well," says Jan Bøhne, the 64-year-old founder and CEO of China Project Partner, established in 1985, who has a background at Aalborg Shipyard in Denmark.

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