Schmidt, Lucinda
January 2010
Forbes Asia;Jan2010, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p38
The article profiles high-speed ferries manufacturer Incat Tasmania Pty. Ltd. which is situated in Hobart, Tasmania. It is noted that the company was founded by entrepreneur Robert Clifford and has comprised 40% of the international market for its aluminum catarmans with a monetary value of approximately 120 million dollars each. Its ferries have operated in different locations including Asia, Europe and Australia.


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