Norway Exports edition for the Shipping industry available for download

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Download or read the Norway Exports edition for the Norwegian Shipping Industry.

Comprised of several in-depth articles and  a presentation of 56 different companies, this edition is now also available for download in PDF format.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CONTENTS

Norwegian Shipping articles

Norwegian shipowners, shipbuilding & ship design - Designed for success
By Dean Clark
Looking at the numbers, you wouldn’t predict it. A country with only 0.1% of the world’s population wouldn’t be expected to rank among the world leaders in the shipping industry.
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Arctic & offshore competence gives competitive edge
By Dean Clark
In the international maritime industry, the 4.6-million-person nation of Norway is a world leader in such areas as ship’s gear and shipping IT applications, to name a few.
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Marine technology frontrunners
by Nancy Bazilchuk
It seemed a fitting nod to Norway’s maritime history: one of the first ships ever to be tested in the Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute’s (MARINTEK) Ship Model Basin was a model of the Viking Gokstad ship, from 970.
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Compete when they have to, cooperate when they can
By Kristian Kahrs
A significant competitive edge for Norwegian shipping is the unique synergies emerging from a well-developed cooperation between all of the major players in the Norwegian maritime cluster.
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Norwegian shipping confronts pollution
By Kristian Kahrs
The environment is a top priority for the Norwegian shipping industry. Therefore current initiatives include using fuel cell technology to bring about the possibility of ultra-clean ships, technology to clean ballast water, and the introduction of ship engines powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) instead of conventional diesel engines.
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Mastery of the Seas
by Nancy Bazilchuk
Norway has always looked to the sea for its livelihood – and successfully so. But what may be surprising is Norway’s dominance in its mastery of the seas.
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