New Odessa Office for Wilhelmsen Ships Service

Friday, April 16, 2010

Wilhelmsen Ships Service has relocated its Odessa office to upgraded premises. The new offices, situated in the busy Ukrainian Black Sea port, offer a modern, safe and accessible environment for staff and customers.

“Our new and modern offices are located in the heart of Odessa and are close to the harbour” said Vsevolod (Seva) Ivanov, General Manager for Wilhelmsen Ships Service in Ukraine. “This offers easy access for our staff and customers.”

The new office address is: 21/23 Vice-Admiral Zhukov Lane, Business Centre “Olvia”, 7th Floor Office 73, 65026 Odessa, Ukraine.  The move took place on 12th April 2010.

www.wilhelmsen.com/shipsservice

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