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Intermarine sees opportunities in challenging market

Multipurpose carrier Intermarine, which includes former Scan-Trans, is currently negotiating with shipowners and other stakeholders about taking over ship operations.

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The crisis in shipping is not necessarily bad for everyone. From the perspective of multipurpose carrier Intermarine, which includes Danish carrier Scan-Trans following a merger in 2012, the crisis also brings opportunities. The company is currently negotiating with several ship-owners, investors and stake-holders about assuming the operation of their ships, Ask Munck, head of the company's worldwide division, tells ShippingWatch.

"We're constantly analyzing and evaluating the market so as to identify ships that could be interesting to us. We definitely see some good opportunities in the current market. We've done commercial management for many years and we're currently negotiating with several interested parties," he says, stressing that no specific arrangements are currently in play.

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