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    a good place in which to repair ships / a good partner with whom to repair ships

    Hello all forum users!

    Thanks to the Yard’s location at the heart of Europe, close proximity to the main transport routes overland and to the important shipping lines as well as rich infrastructure, both the companies are a good place in which to repair ships.

    I am in two minds about which of the below-mentioned variants is proper, if any:
    1. Thanks to the Yard’s location at the heart of Europe, close proximity to the main transport routes overland and to the important shipping lines as well as rich infrastructure, both the companies are a good place in which to repair ships.

    2. Thanks to the Yard’s location at the heart of Europe, close proximity to the main transport routes overland and to the important shipping lines as well as rich infrastructure, both the companies are a good partner in repairing ships.

    3. Thanks to the Yard’s location at the heart of Europe, close proximity to the main transport routes overland and to the important shipping lines as well as rich infrastructure, both the companies are a good partner in ship repairs.

    Could someone express their opinion on the above variants? Are they digestible to you?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: a good place in which to repair ships / a good partner with whom to repair ships

    Rather than "close proximity", how about:

    nearness,
    or


    closeness

    Rather than rich infrastructure, how about well-maintained infrastructure?

    Then you get:


    Thanks to the Yard's (Why is that capitalized?) location in the heart of Europe, nearness to the main transport routes overland, and to the important shipping lanes as well as well-maintained infrastructure, either of the companies is a good partner in repairing ships.

    What do you think?


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    Re: a good place in which to repair ships / a good partner with whom to repair ships

    I agree with you.

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