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GBS enters Genoa

March 21 - Global Boat Shipping (GBS) Yacht Transport has opened a new office in Genoa, Italy, which will be headed up by Alessandra Terzi.

The Mediterranean office will act as the hub of all GBS routes connecting Florida, the Caribbean, Northern Europe and the Far East.

"Together with the existing offices in Fort Lauderdale, Vancouver and Hamburg, we have assembled an outstanding team of dedicated and experienced professionals who understand the market needs and deliver dependable and consistent services," said Christian van Hoorn, managing director of GBS.

"GBS has been active in Europe for more than ten years and established a very solid reputation in the yacht transport industry," added Terzi. "They have a clear vision for the future and about how to deliver the necessary services to clients."

 

 

www.gbs-yachttransport.com

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