DNV GL opens China office

OE Staff
Monday, January 26, 2015

DNV GL has opened up a new office in Nanjing to support business growth in the area and be the center for operations in Central China.

DNV GL celebrated the opening of its new office in Nanjing. Image from DNV GL.

Headed by Area Manager Chen Keng, DNV GL Central China covers most of the Jiangsu Province and follows the Yangtze River upstream to Chongqing and Sichuan.

DNV GL has been involved in many advanced newbuilding projects in China, such as 10,000 TEU container ships, 25,000 DWT Duplex chemical tankers, high-end OSVs and multi-purpose dry cargo vessels.

“Central China is home to dozens of shipyards, many industry manufacturers and is therefore one of the most important areas for DNV GL to focus on in China,” says Torgeir Sterri, DNV GL VP and regional manager for Greater. “More expertise and competence in all ship types and offshore units as well as a strong focus on research, technology and innovation enables DNV GL to support the transformation and development of Central China’s maritime industry more effectively.”

The expanded office accommodates all staff from both legacy DNV and legacy GL.

“Our customers now have easier access to our services. This puts us in a much better position to support them, strengthen our existing cooperation and generate more business in the area,” says Keng.

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