Noreq AS Creates Subsidiary in Dubai

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Noreq AS continues to expand. The increasing demand for our products has resulted in a new company etablishment, NOREQ FZE, a subsidiary with an office in Dubai - the most important business and financial center in the Arab world.  Noreq has been represented in UAE for several years by Mr. Chacko John. He is now permanently employed in Noreq, and he looks forward to serve ship owners, yards, consultants and the offshore industry with deck equipment from Noreq.   “It is a great pleasure to introduce our new office in a market with such great activity. Due to the increased activity in the offshore and shipping industry in the Middle East,  we find it highly necessary to be represented locally as a Norwegian supplier of high quality, marine equipment. This will gain our ability to better serve existing and new clients in the area”, says Styrk Bekkenes, Managing Director in Noreq AS.  Noreq's new office, contact information:
NOREQ FZE
att: P. Chacko John
Office No. 6WA 633
Dubai Airport Freezone,
Dubai, UAE

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