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Intermarine expands fleet with 15 vessels

Intermarine makes a quantum leap with a new order for 15 vessels. “The new buildings are going to be the backbone of our Worldwide fleet in the future,” says Ask M. Munck, Managing Director, World Wide Chartering Services.

“The new buildings are going to be the backbone of our Worldwide fleet in the future,” says Ask M. Munck, Managing Director, World Wide Chartering Services. | Photo: Intermarine

Major American multipurpose carrier Intermarine, which approximately two years ago merged with Danish Scan-Trans, expands its fleet with 15 new vessels, says the company in a press release.

The first of the vessels - set to be built in China - will join the fleet in 2015, and the rest of the ships will be delivered over the next two years.

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