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New Tess Partnershop shows the way

On 10th June TESS Partnershop Saugbrugs opened inside the traditional paper factory in Halden. “It shows the way in which we will be working from now on,” says CEO of Norske Skog Saugbrugs AS, Roy Vardheim.

“It shows the way for TESS too. This is the thirteenth Partnershop to open and it exemplifies good processes and good partnership at the start-up phase,” emphasises Roar Kleven, Sales Director at TESS.

A number of key people were present at the traditional ceremony including short speeches, the connecting of hoses and marzipan cake, which was held by TESS Partnershop Saugbrugs to mark the opening of the shop. “Impressive – both the work of establishing the Partnershop and the results,” said CEO Roy Vardheim. “The Partnershop saves us the work and costs involved in procurement and handling of goods. Now we can rather focus on our core tasks.

To read the full press release, please go to the TESS AS website here.

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