Tero Marine AS Expands to UK

(Press Release)
Monday, March 26, 2012

As part of its strategy for growth, Tero Marine AS has established its first subsidiary outside Norway in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the UK. Tero Marine – with 25 years of experience in the maritime and offshore sector making it one of the world’s leading developers of fleet management solutions – has had an active presence in the UK since 1996. Tero Marine UK Ltd relocated its old offices to modern and easily accessible facilities at Cramlington, 15 minutes outside Newcastle city center. The office is managed by Managing Director John Straughan, who has been part of the Tero Marine team for a number of years. 

Tero Marine’s TM Master Fleet Management Suite, is a seamlessly integrated solution for fleet management, designed to provide overview, reduce costs and facilitate complex ship operations. Due to its flexible structure, it adapts effortlessly to any shipping company’s business processes and increases management control.
Tero Marine’s HQ is in Bergen, Norway. Due to the company’s global expansion Tero Marine is now represented in UK, Singapore, Dubai and Brazil.  
 
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