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Stena Bulk moves to new office in CPH

Stena Bulk moves to new office in CPH

19-01-2018 12:30:00


Stena Bulk has launched its new office in Copenhagen and in extension of this, established the world's first digital ship naming. With the establishment of the new office more Stena companies will be gathered under the same roof in Tuborg Harbor located in Hellerup, a city north of Copenhagen.

"14 Stena Bulk employees in total will work in the new surroundings here and approximately 26 employees from the newly established Stena Rederi AS," says Erik Hånell, CEO of Stena Bulk.

In addition to Stena Bulk, Stena Rederi A/S 'newly opened facilities will also house Stena Line, Stena RoRo and Northern Marine Management.

"A main reason for the establishment is that in April 2017 we purchased the remaining 50 percent of the shares in Stena Weco from Weco Shipping. As a result of this, we are moving away from our former office in Rungsted to Hellerup, "said Erik Hånell.

On the same day, the company’s proprietary digital platform, Stena Bulk Orbit, was demonstrated. In Houston there was a drone ready for the occasion. It filmed and zoomed in when the traditionary champagne bottle was opened on the MR ship Stena Immortal. The 200 guests in the new office attended it.

Source: Stena Bulk / Maritime Denmark


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