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E. China Zhoushan introduces first wholly foreign-owned int’l ship management firm

June 13, 2018


Abstract : The first wholly foreign-owned international ship management company invested by Erasmus Shipinvest Group has recently been established in east China's Zhoushan city, Zhejiang province.

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BEIJING, June 13 (Xinhua) -- The first wholly foreign-owned international ship management company invested by Erasmus Shipinvest Group has recently been established in east China's Zhoushan city, Zhejiang province.

Headquartered in Greece and established in 2010, Erasmus Shipinvest Group is mainly engaged in ocean dry bulk shipping, shipping assets, ship management and chartering business.

Currently, it has more than 400 seafarers and more than 40 shore-based personnel to provide services for the global merchandise trade customers from Greece, Singapore, China, the Netherlands, Japan and Switzerland. (Edited by Hu Pingchao, hupingchao@xinhua.org)


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