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GAC expands in Norway

GAC Norway has opened a branch in Tromsø, which is located 300 km north of the Arctic Circle.

GAC Norway’s regional manager Henning Kjøs Lien (far right) with the team he is working with at Tromsø: Reidun K. Lie (SIVA representative); Marit Andreassen, Linken (receptionist and coordinator) and Dan Røberg (shipping agent).

According to GAC, the area is increasingly being used as a base port for the oil and gas as well as offshore industries.

The office, which is located in the Siva Innovation Centre, will provide GAC Norway’s full range of shipping and logistics support services.

GAC has appointed Henning Kjøs Lien to lead the Tromsø office as regional manager.

www.gac.com

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