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Steinsvik expands in northern Norway

These days, Steinsvik is establishing a service center in Tromsø.

Steinsvik AS

Local service
“Proximity to the customer is important to us,” says Christian Våge, Manager Operations and Support of Steinsvik Norway. “We are represented with 10 offices in selected locations along the Norwegian coast. Northern Norway is an area we want to focus more on, and we will therefore establish a local service center in Tromsø and expand its workforce. As of now, we have 8 employees from Sandnessjøen and north, and we plan to become 5–6 people in Tromsø during the course of 2018.

 

Local storage
In addition to a service center, we are also establishing a local warehouse. Maintenance and service of components must be done locally, and we will now be able to help our customers as quickly as possible. Norway is a long country, and we don't want to waste more time on transport than what is necessary. We hope and believe that our customers will appreciate this”, concludes Christian.

 

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