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Falcon joins Dania Ship Management

Falcon joins Dania Ship Management

24-10-2020 12:00:00

Dania Ship Management plans to extend its ship management capabilities in a partnership agreement with Falcon Maritime Group. The new relationship strengthens the commitment to create a compelling platform for Copenhagen based ship management solutions.

“This new relationship with Falcon Maritime Group will strengthen our capabilities in dry cargo management, as we continue our growth journey. This will help us to continue delivering flawless service whilst ensuring we navigate these challenging times with strong well-established partners”, says Mikkjal Poulsen, Managing Director, Dania Ship Management.

With access to V.Group’s global marine services offering and Dania’s ship management platform, the partnership will support Falcon Maritime Group in delivering safe, high quality and efficient fleet management. Under the agreement, Falcon Rederi will transfer two of its handy sized bulk carriers to Dania Ship Management Bulk under its management office in Copenhagen, thereby concentrating the management of the full Falcon fleet in Copenhagen.

“This new agreement with Dania Ship Management Bulk A/S provides Falcon Maritime Group A/S with the perfect management for its fleet and a solid platform for future growth – allowing us to bring the technical management of our vessels closer to our commercial activities here in Copenhagen. We anticipate this partnership will benefit our clients as well as the organisation and employees – both on shore and at sea. With both companies having a strong commitment to safety, efficiency and quality, I am confident of a successful synergy”, says Bo Knold Kristensen, Managing Director, Falcon Maritime Group.

Source: V.Ships

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