Maritim Trading AS Sign Agreement with Fendercare Marine

Press Release
Thursday, November 15, 2012

Exclusive agency agreement  to supply  a range of Fendercare Marine products; Further strengthens Fendercare Marine’s global network of agents.


Fendercare Marine, a leading suppliers of marine products and services, has signed an exclusive agency agreement with the Norwegian Marine equipment supplier, Maritim Trading AS.  


The agreement is for the supply of a variety of Fendercare Marine products including EJ Bean bollards and deck equipment.

Bill Wilkes, Fendercare Marine Sales Manager said “Having worked closely with Maritim Trading AS on some technically challenging projects in the supply of quayside equipment, we have been impressed by both their professionalism and desire to achieve the best outcome for their clients. This agreement allows us to formalise our successful long standing relationship.”


The Norwegian company Maritim Trading AS has their headquarters at Ågotnes near Bergen and a branch office on Halsnøy.   They provide equipment to the marine, offshore and land-based industries including valves, winches and hoists, slip rings, mooring equipment, ladders and gangways.


The importance of Norway’s historic maritime industries to the country’s economy- including oil and gas and fishing – have led to it becoming a world leader in the sector with the knowledge base, infrastructure and political support to ensure further growth.


Lars E Tjelle, Marine Equipment Manager from Maritim Trading AS, commented: “We are delighted to have signed this agreement with Fendercare Marine.  We have worked with Fendercare Marine on projects for many years and look forward to completing many more projects in the future.”

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