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Mund+Bruns and EIMC launch alliance 

Marine surveying specialists EIMC and Mund+Bruns have formed a strategic international alliance.

Christoph Bruns, managing partner and ceo of Mund+Bruns.

EIMC and Mund+Bruns claim that the alliance will leverage their respective strengths in cargo risk management and engineering consultancy, providing customers with instant access to high-quality professional risk management services on a global basis.

Headquartered in Bremen, Mund+Bruns has branch offices in Germany, Belgium, Russia, China and the USA; New Jersey, USA-based EIMC has staff in 15 US states and a branch office in the UK.

Christoph Bruns, managing partner and ceo of Mund+Bruns, commented: "In a global market and in order to be competitive on an international level, it is indispensable to work with local specialists who have profound knowledge of the products, the market, and especially the market rules.”

Tiina Ruhlandt, president and ceo of EIMC, added: "Our promise to customers is peace of mind through rapid response, the right expertise and real solutions. I know that Christoph shares this vision. Our teams’ respective knowledge and experience greatly complement one another. That, together with the access to each other’s dense network of offices around the world, elevates our ability to deliver that peace of mind to clients everywhere.”

www.eimc.com

www.mund-bruns.de

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