Norway is a Nordic country with a deep connection with the ocean, which dates back to the Viking era in 800 AD. It was during that time that the brave Vikings embarked on the journey of shipbuilding and maritime business, initiating a remarkable maritime legend.
In June of this year, Nor-Shipping 2023 took place in Oslo, the capital of Norway. It is one large and prestigious professional trade exhibition in the shipbuilding industry that has high level of participation and strong global impact. After a gap of four years, RMS Group showed up again at the Nor-Shipping exhibition. Its headquarters and European team interacted closely with shipping partners from around the world, engaging in discussions and fostering deeper and more comprehensive exchanges with numerous Nordic clients.
During the exhibition, RMS also signed a formal cooperation agreement with a prominent Norwegian shipowner procurement organization. This milestone signifies RMS as the only Chinese supplier and service provider recognized within its procurement system in Northern Europe.
As a major shipowner procurement organization in Norway, this organization holds extensive influence and maintains stringent supplier accreditation standards. This recognition by it not only affirms RMS's years of providing high-quality services in the maritime industry, but also acknowledges its professional capabilities and supply chain management.
This collaboration holds great symbolic significance for RMS, further consolidating its brand visibility and competitiveness in the international shipping market. RMS will continue to uphold its customer-centric approach, relentlessly striving for innovation and providing global shipping clients with reliable and responsive one-stop marine service solutions.
Next stop: IMPA London 2023 (September 12-13, 2023). Stay tuned for more updates!