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Latin growth for Hansa

June 30 - HANSA HEAVY LIFT has appointed Platetrade SA to support its Sao Paulo/Brazil office as part of the ongoing development of its agency network.

Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Platetrade will act as HANSA HEAVY LIFT's agent to strengthen the shipping line's customer base in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.

"We are looking forward to working with Platetrade to improve our first class service for our customers in this region," said Gilberto Lima, managing director of HANSA HEAVY LIFT DO BRASIL.

HANSA HEAVY LIFT now has twelve agents worldwide, as well as its Brazilian branch and offices in Perth, Singapore, Houston and headquarters in Hamburg.

"We are delighted to be part of the HANSA HEAVY LIFT team and are looking forward to working with customers in our exciting market," said Sebastian Zalaya, managing director, Platetrade SA.

www.hansaheavylift.com

www.platetrade.com

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