Wrist Ship Supply looking to grow in Asia in 2015

The business in the Middle East and Far East currently accounts for 20 percent at Wrist Ship Supply. "We're big in Europe and North America. We need to be just as strong east of Suez," CEO Robert Kledal tells ShippingWatch.

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Even though the Danish supply company Wrist Ship Supply, which services carriers and offshore, is the biggest in the world according to CEO Robert Kledal, there are still markets where the company could grow even further, he tells ShippingWatch after the company published its annual report 2014 on Wednesday, showing a total profit of USD 14.8 million and a record revenue of 479 million.

Wrist is doing well east of Suez, but it is also primarily in this region that there is room for improvements, he says:

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