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Norway Set For Cruise Travel Record In 2022

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Category: Airline / Travel

Four million cruise passengers are expected to visit Norway during 2022 on more cruise ships than ever before. Fears that the pandemic would put people off traveling by cruise ship seem to have disappeared, at least in Scandinavia. The figures from Cruise Norway show that 500 more port calls are registered this year than in […]

Source: Forbes


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Empire Wind selects Edison Chouest Offshore to provide plug-in hybrid service operations vessel

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Empire Offshore Wind, a joint venture between Equinor and bp, has awarded a long-term service operations vessel charter agreement to US marine transportation provider, Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO). The plug-in hybrid service operations vessel (SOV) will be the first in the US offshore wind sector capable of sailing partly on battery power. The vessel will […]

Source: Equinor


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Defigo strengthens foothold in the United States with new distribution agreement

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Defigo, leader in digital access control solutions for residential and commercial buildings, has announced a new distribution agreement with Brooklyn Low Voltage Supply (BLVS), wholesaler of security solutions for buildings in the greater New York area. ‍The deal will see BLVS act as Defigo’s logistics and distribution partner in the states of New York and California. This move […]

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Norway Raises Wealth Tax, Scraps EV Sales Tax Exemption

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Norway’s coalition government is raising the wealth tax and cutting a sales tax exemption on electric vehicles as it seeks to stem spending from its wealth fund and prevent the economy from overheating. The government proposes raising the wealth tax rate for joint stock companies, mutual funds and banks to 0.25% from 0.15% from the […]

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Norway’s Norse Atlantic To Launch From 4 U.S. Airports, Fares From $129

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Category: Airline / Travel

Norway-based startup airline Norse Atlantic Airways has announced the long-awaited details of its first routes. The latest airline to attempt to find a sustainable business model in low-cost transatlantic air travel will take to the skies in mid-June. Ticket sales have begun with one-way promotional fares starting from as low as $129. Read full article.

Source: Forbes


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