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Wrist Ship Supply will buy more companies ahead of 2021

Wrist Ship Supply now has an even greater appetite for acquisitions after its latest acquisition of a Dutch competitor. The goal is to acquire even more companies within the next three years, CEO Robert Kledal tells ShippingWatch.

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The next three years will bring more acquisitions for Wrist Ship Supply.

The world's biggest ship supply company acquired competitor Klevenberg in late June, and Wrist wants to complete more acquisitions of a similar caliber. But there are not many of these in the market, which means that future acquisitions could perhaps look slightly different, CEO Robert Kledal tells ShippingWatch.

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