Growth fluctuations make Wrist Ship Supply adjust strategy

Danish-based supplier to carriers and the offshore sector, Wrist Ship Supply, has adjusted its course slightly and is now once again targeting US acquisitions, CEO Robert Kledal tells Berlingske Business.

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Fluctuations in growth, and not least emerging economies, have made Wrist Ship Supply perform slight adjustments to the company's strategy. The Danish-based supplier still harbors ambitions of growing its business east of Suez, but some countries have been down-prioritized for now, explains CEO Robert Kledal to Danish newspaper Berlingske Business. The company has not missed the fact that growth in BRIC nations has slowed down:

"And we also clearly sense that the US is experiencing something of a renaissance. So we've scaled down our plans for Brazil and Angola, and we've gone back to looking at whether we can perform additional acquisitions in the US," he tells the business daily.

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