Inter Marine has many years of experience and excellent reputation on the Polish marine industry market. KONGSTEIN brings its wealth of experience from the offshore renewable industry in Norway, Germany and other European countries into the partnership.
Managing Director of KONGSTEIN AS Rune Tvedt: “As one of the first Norwegian consultancies dedicated to serve the offshore renewable industry, we are today proud to share our learnings with our Polish partner. This has worked brilliantly between the two countries in the shipping and Oil & Gas industry, and KONGSTEIN will do the best to continue this relationship in the maritime renewable industry.”
President of Inter Marine Group Slawomir Kalicki: “With over 30 years of experience in various areas of the maritime industry we are delighted to enter into a partnership agreement with KONGSTEIN to develop Inter Marine’s knowledge and market position in the emerging Polish wind offshore sector.
The cooperation will also focus on mutual development of hydrogen projects. Bringing KONGSTEIN’s knowledge and experience to the local market will be beneficial to the entire Polish wind offshore and hydrogen market.”
Founded in 2016, KONGSTEIN provides best of class engineering and consulting solutions to both the offshore renewables and the maritime industry. In offshore renewables, KONGSTEIN focuses on project developers, turbine manufacturers and operators/asset owners. KONGSGTEIN enables the green shift in the energy industry by supporting clients striving towards a sustainable use of resources.
About Inter Marine
Inter Marine (est. 1990) provides services for maritime industry. Business activities are focused on shipping and logistics operations, crew management and marine engineering services. Company’s headquarter is in Gdynia, Poland.
Dynamic and continuous growth, company owns to a team of highly skilled and experienced personnel, as well as to the support from customers and partners with whom we build long term business Relations.
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