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EMS moves Bremen office

EMS Chartering has relocated its Bremen office and, since the beginning of the year, strengthened its team with the appointment of Andreas Walter.

The team of EMS Chartering in Bremen: Fabian Meyer, Andreas Walter and Michael Böning.

 

EMS said the commitment to Bremen is in response to an increase in demand for logistics services in the region.

Walter, who, according to EMS, is highly experienced in deepsea shipping and project logistics, explained: “We are experiencing a significant upturn, both in chartering and in global project logistics.

“We are working on a number of interesting projects and over the past few weeks we have been able to finalise some very exciting contracts.”

The company, headquartered in Leer, has a third office in Hamburg. The Bremen office is now located on Konsul-Smidt-Straße.

 

www.emschartering.de

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