Trelleborg Marine HQ Relocates to Singapore

Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Photo courtesy Trelleborg Group

With increasing demand for its fendering, mooring and berthing systems, Trelleborg Marine Systems is relocating its headquarters to Singapore, delivering closer proximity to its Singapore and China-based manufacturing facilities. The move will enable the closer integration of its sales and production capabilities.
 
The relocation will see managing director, Richard Hepworth, move to Singapore.
 
Trelleborg will maintain its four regional hubs, which deliver global coverage. In addition, Trelleborg Marine Systems Melbourne will continue to provide docking and mooring solutions to ports and terminals with safety critical applications, including the LNG market.

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