ACE Winches Opens Norway Base

Friday, May 21, 2010

ACE Winches has formally created a new company in Norway. ACE Winches Norge AS is focused upon maintaining and enhancing ACE's Scandinavian business activities. Operating from a base at Dusavik, Stavanger, the division offers spooling and hire fleet services and will also be providing vessel bollard pull testing. It will also act as a local showcase for ACE's manufactured product range. The base comprises a 500 square metre workshop and 1,000 sqm yard facility. ACE received the Queen's Award for Enterprise 2010 International Trade in April 2010 and received a Scottish Offshore Achievement Export Award in March 2010.

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