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WWL ALS opens in Norway

August 7 - Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Abnormal Load Service (WWL ALS) is expanding into the Scandinavian market and will take over the Wilhelmsen Ships Services Nordic (WSS Nordic) offices in Bergen, Norway.

WSS Nordic's logistics department in Bergen, which has previously operated within the project logistics and freight forwarding sector and worked with WWL ALS on high and heavy transports, will merge its operations with WWL ALS to form WWL ALS Nordic

The Nordic division will offer chartering, project logistics, and freight forwarding solutions by air, sea and road, as well as superyacht handling.

WWL ALS has offices in the UK, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa and the UAE. 



www.abnormal-loads.com

www.wilhelmsen.com

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