Norsafe has signed a new contract with the Swedish Coast Guard (KBV)

On Wednesday December 21st Norsafe signed yet another new contract with the Swedish Coast Guard (KBV) to deliver nine new Magnum 750 MKII boats. The boats are specially developed in close cooperation with KBV and are a continuation of seven boats already delivered between 2015 and 2016.

“It is hard to imagine a better Christmas present than this”, says Kjell Sørensen, the leader of this area of business at Norsafe. “This shows that Norsafe is recognised as a high quality provider of specialised boats. The new boats will be delivered over the course of the new year.”

For many years Norsafe has had a particularly good and fruitful cooperation with KBV. Through this collaboration, Norsafe has developed a fast rescue boat that also meets the KBV’s operational requirements.

The order is important for Norsafe and confirms the commitment the company has made in recent years in the business area of military and professional boats.

For more information, contact Kjell Sørensen.
Telephone: +47 906 37 679
Email: Kjell.Soerensen@norsafe.com

About Norsafe:

Norsafe Group has its headquarters in Arendal, Norway. Since 1903, Norsafe has produced over 28 000 boats. The company has a worldwide involvement that includes production, sales, delivery and service of lifesaving equipment for ships and the offshore industry. Over the past 25 years, Norsafe has supplied rescue boats, patrol boats and special boats for the military and professional markets, with deliveries to police, SAR, coast guard, customs and the marine, etc.

Norsafe owns production and sales/service companies in Norway, China, Greece, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, USA, Japan, Brazil, Australia, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates and UK. In addition, Norsafe Group has a network of 45 authorised service partners spread across all continents, operating from 300 ports worldwide.

Norsafe is a complete provider within maritime safety, also offering courses and training through Norsafe Academy, with state-of-the-art training facilities at the Port of Lavrion in Greece and at Rosendal in Norway.

For more information, visit our website: www.norsafe.com and www.youtube.com/norsafeas