New Wilhelmsen Office in St Petersburg

Monday, March 08, 2010

The world’s leading maritime service network Wilhelmsen Ships Service has relocated its St. Petersburg offices to upgraded premises.

“The key reason for our move is that the new office space allows for the expansion that we are seeing as we achieve our planned growth of business in this area,” commented James Parsons, Area Director Eastern Europe for Wilhelmsen Ships Service.

The new location offers a modern, safe and accessible environment for staff, and provides a convenient location for receiving customers. Wilhelmsen Ships Service will share the office space with its sister companies Wilhelmsen Ships Equipment and Wilhelmsen Marine Personnel.

Parsons adds, “This is the first new office for Wilhelmsen Ships Service since we started operations in Russia back in the 1990s. In the past, especially during the merger process of two of our brands Unitor and Barwil, we made do with occupying existing spaces that, in the end, did not provide us with the necessary infrastructure to deliver on future plans."
 
The new office address is: 10th Krasnoarmeyskaya, 22 A, Business Centre Kellerman, 190103, St Petersburg, Russia.
 
(www.wilhelmsen.com/shipsservice)

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