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    Sweden, S-414 51 Gothenburg, Klippan 3
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    Overlooking the river, our unique office building dates back to 1813. Originally, the building provided housing for the workers at an old porter brewery. We have been residents here since May 2008, when we left our former office in the city centre and moved to our present location in the Klippan area, which was the first port of Gothenburg, in ancient days defended by the medieval fortification Älvsborg castle towering above the harbor inlet.


    Sweden, SE-602 28 Norrkoping, Sjotullsgatan 35
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    Scandinavian Maritime Services AB established 1993 is a family owned company that offers services for customerds in many sectors of the maritime community

    Svenska Orient Linien AB

    Sweden, 414 51 Göteborg, Klippan 1A
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    Our various business areas work together to identify further benefits. Moreover we work in a focused, efficient way close to our customers. We have a long tradition of entrepreneurialism, and we attach great importance to personal responsibility and freedom for all employees. We are convinced that it is our employees who make the difference. We develop our service and our offering together; indeed, this is a hallmark of all the companies in the Group.

    Walsteds Boatyard A/S

    Denmark, DK-5700 Thurø, Denmark Svendborg, Saugskærvej 21,
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    Since 1949 Walsteds has been building yachts, carrying out complete refits and maintaining premier vessels with first-class workmanship and high quality.


    Denmark, 8520 Lystrup, Skæringvej 107
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    Tornado Boats International was started in 1975 in England, and was one of the early pioneers in the development of the RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat). The first task was a boat for a marine survey company and the result, a 5.5m boat, was a great success; it was powered by a 50 HP motor (big at the time!) and attracted much interest. Even though the demand for more Tornados grew, there was at first reluctance to build more. Fortunately, the passion for design and a love of the sea won through and the decision was made to develop a production boat. A name was required, and with a copy deadline for the first advert but an hour away, the name Tornado came to mind – and the Tornado was born.