Trelleborg Offshore Companies Renamed

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

The five companies which make up Trelleborg Offshore have recently been renamed to promote consistency within the larger group. CRP, OCP, Emerson & Cuming, and Viking will all be called “Trelleborg Offshore” followed by each company’s geographical location.

The companies will be identified as follows:

Trelleborg CRP Ltd. - Trelleborg Offshore UK Ltd.

Trelleborg CRP Inc. - Trelleborg Offshore US Inc.

Trelleborg OCP Ltd. - Trelleborg Offshore Barrow-in-Furness Ltd.

Trelleborg Emerson & Cuming Inc. – Trelleborg Offshore Boston, Inc.

Trelleborg Viking AS. – Trelleborg Offshore Norway AS.

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