Optimera Joins Saint-Gobain Marine Applications

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Monday, April 22, 2013

Saint-Gobain Marine Applications welcomed its new member, Optimera Marine. In the Saint-Gobain Marine Applications group since April 2013, Optimera is a supplier and distributor of panels for interior finishing and furniture onboard ships and offshore accommodations. Optimera was founded in 2001 by a merger of three companies in Norway and since 2005 fully owned by Saint-Gobain. Today Norway presents 95 outlets, 2,000 employees and nearly 1,2 billion EUR in revenue. Optimera is present in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and the Baltics and market leader in building distribution for land based constructions.

www.optimera.no

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