Wrist plans to buy its way to large-scale growth in revenue by 2024

Acquisitions and the launch of own brands are some of the means that will help ensure continued growth for Wrist, the world's largest ship supply company, explains CEO Jens Holger Nielsen in an interview with ShippingWatch. Wrist is currently looking at two to three potential acquisitions.

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Ship supply company Wrist plans to buy its way to a larger revenue in coming years, as the company wants to solidify its position as the world's largest, CEO Jens Holger Nielsen informs ShippingWatch

Specifically, the company plans to increase its revenue from DKK 4.4 billion (USD 719 million) in 2020 to DKK 6 billion before the end of 2023.

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