Noreq - Bergen Group Dreggen Join Forces in Brazil

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Morten J. Pettersen (Bergen Group Dreggen), Halldor Rongve (Bergen Group Dreggen), Styrk Bekkenes (Noreq), Izabel Braz Harwood (NBIO) (Photo courtesy Noreq AS)

The two Norwegian companies, Noreq and Bergen Group Dreggen have recently established their office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Both the companies are well known as suppliers of quality marine equipment to both the offshore and shipping industry world-wide. The increasing activity and the development of new fields in Brazil have lead to a greater demand for the equipment in question and this have now resulted in the establishment of our local office. This will gain our ability to better serve existing and new clients in the area.
 

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