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UHL partners with Intermarine in North America

United Heavy Lift (UHL) has appointed Intermarine as its exclusive commercial agent in North America.

Rene Pedersen, Intermarine’s director of chartering.

As part of the agreement, Intermarine will promote the commercial maritime business of UHL for cargoes controlled in North America. Rene Pedersen, Intermarine’s director of chartering, will lead the commercial efforts with a focus on multipurpose and heavy lift tonnage. This includes UHL’s recently acquired fleet of nine F900 Ecolift vessels.

Pedersen has nearly 20 years of chartering and logistics experience, including many years working alongside UHL’s ceo Lars Bonnesen.

Bonnesen explained: “We are extremely happy to work with Intermarine and Rene Pedersen again; Intermarine has a solid history in the North American market and has built a strong network over the years.”

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