Semco in major deal with Norway's military

Semco Maritime has entered a framework agreement with the Norwegian Armed Forces to service the the military and coast guard's ships from the company's yard in Hanøytangen. The deal could be worth upwards of USD 76.6 million.

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Semco Maritime has signed a framework deal with the Norwegian Armed Forces that could be worth as much as NOK 700 million (USD 76.6 million), the offshore company informs.

Semco's Norwegian branch entered the agreement with Norwegian military's logistics organization FLO (Forsvarets Logistikkorganisasjon). With this deal, Semco is to service the military and coast guard's vessels from its yard in Hanøytangen northwest of Bergen.

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