Viking in Place for Liverpool Revival

Sunday, December 06, 2009

While the Port of Liverpool may never return to the position it once held as one of the world’s most important ports, recent developments have seen a welcome revival in shipping activity in the area, marked by increased cruise line activity and a flood of investment in new dock and cruise terminal facilities.

Viking Life-Saving Equipment Ltd., the U.K. subsidiary of the well-known safety equipment manufacturer, has seen the trend. The company has announced the official opening of a Liverpool branch office on 1 December 2009, taking over from its local agent to provide a broader product and servicing portfolio to VIKING customers passing through the port.

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