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Stavanger Maskinering's move to new premises in Tananger one year ago

We are celebrating Stavanger Maskinering's move to new premises in Tananger one year ago.

The first year has been focused on the operating stabilization of old and newly purchased equipment... a process that is now finished.

As most businesses around us, we are also affected by a turbulent market, but it now appears that order flow will increase in the future. In order to strengthen our position, we are targeting our efforts towards new and old customers at the same time as we seek to bind more of production in contracts. We will get an answer to how successful these projects have been this autumn.

 

To read more about the company, please visit the STAMAS website.

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