GRS opens office in Aberdeen

Thursday, 18 June, 2015 - 10:00
David Gault will manage GRS’ Aberdeen office. (Photo: GRS)
David Gault will manage GRS’ Aberdeen office. (Photo: GRS)

Hamburg-based Global Renewables Shipbrokers continues to forge ahead with its growth strategy by establishing a new branch office in Aberdeen.

Now GRS Global Renewables Shipbrokers is not just supporting its clients from its Hamburg headquarters, but also from its office recently established in Aberdeen. “The new UK office is an important step for us as part of our growth strategy,” explains Matthias Mross, GRS Managing Partner. The decision to set up its first branch abroad was a real milestone for the company geared towards international business.

From Aberdeen David Gault will continue to extend the network in the UK and in the northern European region for the north German specialist shipbroker. “Being close to our clients and ship owners is of primary importance for us. Now they can benefit from very close collaboration and personal support in the UK as well,” emphasises GRS Managing Partner Philippe Schönefeld.

Katharina Garus / GRS

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