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GBS ready for more growth

LEER. Global Boat Shipping (GBS), specialists in the worldwide transport of yachts and boats, have continued on their growth path in 2021 with a new office in the Mediterranean, new software and additional staff. The member of the EMS-Fehn-Group, headquartered in Leer, is also full of optimism for the future. “We have recorded a continual rise in demand over the past months. According to the signs, this trend is set to continue in 2022,” stated Michel Wirt, Managing Director, GBS. In 2021, GBS transported more than 600 yachts and boats around the world.

Credits: EMS FEHN SHIPPING

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