Wilhelmsen unit joins Norsea in Danish port

Wilhelmsen relegates its vessel service division under wind service operator Norsea, based in western Denmark's Port of Esbjerg. The deal transfers Wilhelmsen's staff to Norsea.

Photo: NorSea PR

Norsea's Norwegian owner, shipping group Wilhelmsen, is now merging its Esbjerg-based unit Wilhelmsen Ships Service into its service supplier subsidiary, Norsea.

Beyond replacing company logos on staff uniforms and moving inventories into Norsea's property, this means the maritime personnel are formally transferred to the offshore operator, Norsea informs in a statement.

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