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Major Chinese shipbuilding group opens Europe office in Norway

The world’s biggest producer of offshore supply vessels opens their first office outside of China in Fosnavåg, Sunnmøre.

Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group establishes a Norway office. The shipbuilding giant is one of China's largest privately owned shipbuilding groups, with revenues of more than 1.4 billion Euro.

 

Sinopacific Shipbuilding group is the world's biggest producer of offshore supply vessels, and will in 2011 deliver 29 such ships, more than all the Norwegian shipyards combined.
 
Through the Norwegian company Sinopacific Norway the shipbuilding group will have an important channel into the innovative maritime cluster in Sunnmøre, and to the offshore sector in Europe.

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