Wrist bags second acquisition in just a few months

Wrist Ship Supply has acquired UK company Garrets, which caters to a fleet of more than 1,000 vessels across the globe. Only three months have passed since the Danish company closed its most recent takeover.

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Danish-based Wrist Ship Supply has been shopping and acquired the company Garrets International, which is described as a leading catering company for the shipping industry. The company has offices in Singapore as well as London and services a fleet of more than 1,000 vessels around the world, writes Wrist Ship Supply in a statement.

With this move, Wrist moves forward with its strategy of growing through acquisitions, and no more than three months have passed since Wrist acquired a Dutch company. Wrist company Seastar Management, which services more than 600 ships, will be merged into Garrets and will operate under the Garrets name going forward.

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