Intermarine joins forces with challenge and breakbulk cargo specialist WeShip Initiatives to launch Intermarine Asia and strengthen Intermarine’s place in Europe. Torben Reinhard and Lars Steen Rasmussen, companions in WeShip and well-known names within the trade, be part of Intermarine’s business workforce as a part of the deal.
Svend Andersen, CEO of Intermarine, says: “Intermarine and WeShip have already partnered efficiently for over a yr now within the Asia-Pacific commerce, and we’re very excited to mix our organizations to collectively develop the Intermarine presence in Asia and Europe.”
Since its relaunch in 2020, Intermarine has efficiently developed its enterprise inside breakbulk and multipurpose transport, having grown its fleet from six vessels in late 2020 to 25 in 2022. In 2021, Intermarine opened its second workplace outdoors the USA in Sao Paulo, Brazil, adopted by the institution of a European base in Odense, Denmark in early 2022.
Andersen continues: “I’ve identified each Torben and Lars for a few years, and I’ve been amazed with the enterprise they’ve constructed at WeShip over the previous 4 years. That we will now launch Intermarine in Asia underneath the management of Torben, makes me tremendously proud and glad. Having Lars as a part of our European operations considerably strengthens our setup right here, as effectively.”
Beneath the mixed setup, Intermarine will signify all cargo chartering actions, whereas the WeShip model will proceed as illustration for port company and logistic companies in Thailand and neighboring international locations.
Torben Reinhard, now Managing Director of Intermarine Asia, states: “Our journey with WeShip has been unimaginable, however we may additionally see that the alternatives with Intermarine can be far better than what we may constructed up ourselves. Now we have a powerful community of shoppers and contacts all through Asia and including a high quality product like Intermarine will solely propel our presence within the area. I’m really wanting ahead to being a part of the Intermarine workforce and to collaborating with colleagues within the broader SAL Heavy Elevate and Harren Group constellation to which Intermarine belongs.”
Lars Steen Rasmussen, now COO of Intermarine Denmark, provides: “To mix the super know-how that sits inside the Intermarine group with the relationships that WeShip has constructed over time makes in my eyes a very sturdy business setup and a journey that I’m actually wanting ahead to embarking on.”
Dr. Martin Harren, CEO of the Harren Group, concludes: “The event of Intermarine has merely been superb – due to the devoted and passionate groups within the group. I’m very proud to see Intermarine taking this subsequent step in its journey and increasing in the direction of Asia, not solely strengthening its personal enterprise, but additionally including to the worldwide portfolio and presence of our whole group. I’m very glad to welcome Torben, Lars and the WeShip workforce to our household.”