Bergen gets contract extension for Norwegian Navy vessel maintenance work

Illustration. Photo: Lars Røraas/Norwegian Navy

The Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation (FLO) has extended seven framework contracts with Bergen Group Services related to work on the servicing and maintenance of the Armed Forces vessels.

The total value of the contract extension is estimated to be NOK 15-20 million (approx. $1.8-$2.3M). The one-year extension of the framework agreements is an option related to the original contrast signed in March 2014.

“Bergen Group has for a long time worked on developing the Group’s expertise and capacity in the implementation of complex marine projects,” Bergen Group Services AS CEO Frode Johansson said. “The framework contract with the Armed Forces is considered important to maintain a continuous development of our expertise.”


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