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September 11, 2019

Kongsberg Maritime Moves Into COVE

Kongsberg Maritime will be able to support its Canadian operations through new offices based at the COVE facility in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. (Photo: COVE)

Kongsberg Maritime will be able to support its Canadian operations through new offices based at the COVE facility in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. (Photo: COVE)

Norwegian marine technology company Kongsberg Maritime has opened a new office at the Dartmouth, Nova Scotia based Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship (COVE) to further support its Canadian operations. The company’s new office will give it access to an eight-acre site, a 13-acre water lot and 2,850 feet of docks and piers and Kongsberg will have access to office, shop and lab space at the ocean technology center which operates as a collaborative hub for applied innovation in the ocean sector and mainly aims to support the commercialization of ocean technology.

Kongsberg Maritime Canada sales manager Nick Burchill commented: “Our presence at COVE is a logical extension of our established Dartmouth office. COVE keeps us in touch with developments in the local ocean-tech sector and brings us closer to our customers and industry partners.”

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