As a partner, we have always strived to make our customers more competitive. The shipbuilding industry are experiencing challenging projects with short timelines and man-hour demanding construction. Support systems for EIT, HVAC and piping are among the greatest “time thieves” in a project. Today’s installation methodology consists of late stage changes, endless welding, touch-up paint, […]
“For nearly 20 years we have focused on reducing vibration exposure amongst our employees, which has yielded positive results,” says occupational health specialist Linda Aumo at Beerenberg.
The Servogear sales team recently visited existing and future customers, as well as other stakeholders, in Asia. The market is in demand for technology that lower fuel consumption and reduces environmental impact.
Geilo, Setesdal, Inderøy and Svalbard have been included on the exclusive list of Norway’s sustainable destinations.
Estonian Shipbuilding, Repairs and Conversion Group (SRC) has established a new Norwegian-Estonian maritime engineering collaboration chaired by Diderik Schnitler.
Thursday February 6th is celebrated as the indigenous Sami People’s Day in Norway and other Scandinavian countries.
It has not been as safe as it is at present to be an airline passenger in Norway since 1970, says senior advisor Eirik Svare in the analytics department at the Civil Aviation Authority.
Many tourists visit Norway to participate in activities in nature such as a Northern Lights safari or fishing. But all tourists are not satisfied. A new certification system for nature-based tourism will work to ensure better quality and safer experiences.
Tourist flock to the viking museums at Bygdøy every year, but up until now the agient treasures have been spread out over a number of different buildings. Recent debates have included suggestions of moving the museums to a downtown location in order to increase visitor numbers further, however, experts have stated that the viking ships […]
Norway has passed the Caribbian as a tourist destination for the Brits and many other groups of tourists want to visit the fjords all year around. The Norwegian cruise industry is now meeting the demand.