Wilhelmsen Ships Service Provides Better Facilities For Customers In Varna, Bulgaria

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Wilhelmsen Ships Service Bulgaria has relocated its Varna, Bulgaria office to upgraded premises, reflecting the growth of business for the company in the region.

Wilhelmsen Ships Service Bulgaria was established in December 2008 as a 100% owned company of Barwil Agencies Oslo, successor of the previous joint-venture in Bulgaria, Barwil Unimasters Ltd, which had operated in Bulgaria since 1995.

Bistra Georgieva, General Manager for Wilhelmsen Ships Service in Bulgaria, commented on the move. “We are moving to larger office premises enabling us to grow together with our customers. It is an excellent location in the administrative, financial and cultural heart of the city. We expect this will bring additional advantages for our customers.”

The distinctive modern building is located in the administrative and financial heart of Varna. The building is environmentally friendly, complies with the requirements of ergonomics and energy efficiency and provides a safe and efficient environment for staff and customers.

The new premises are located at: Wilhelmsen Ships Service Bulgaria, 54 Osmi Primorski Polk Blvd, Level 4, Office 17-18, 9000, Varna, Bulgaria. 

Wilhelmsen Ships Service supplies Unitor marine products, technical services, ships agency services and maritime logistics.

Source: Wilhelmsen Ships Service

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