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Intermarine adds chartering manager

August 16 - Intermarine has named Samir Ferguen as chartering manager - Europe.

Ferguen rejoins Intermarine from Nordana and will be based in Naestved, Denmark, with responsibilities for developing and maintaining commercial chartering relationships throughout Europe.

Additionally, he will manage the negotiation of contracts for vessels and cargoes; and oversee the training of commercial employees and trainees.

He has plenty of international experience in the heavy lift and project cargo chartering markets having begun his career with Scan-Trans, prior to its merger with Intermarine.

While with Nordana he led the European chartering department by managing all commercial activities for the European market.

www.intermarine.com

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