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TECO Solutions expands into cruise ship interior outfitting

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TECO Solutions increased its capacity to carry out entire projects with fabrication, installation and modification to the hotel side of cruise ships.

In addition, sister company BLOM Maritime provides design, engineering and 3D scanning as they, too, are increasing their resources in this sector.

'We have spent the last decade building extensive experience and expertise on maritime installations, with a special focus on green technology,' said Eivind Hermansen, CEO of TECO Solutions. 'As we now move ahead and target a new segment within the cruise industry, we are looking forward utilizing this experience to offer our customers an even more complete range of services. With highly skilled employees and an ISO-certified quality system, we will stay true to our mission of aiding our customers in optimizing their installation, repair and maintenance concepts.'

Kristo Vaino joins

TECO Solutions expanded its team with Kristo Vaino, who brings vast experience from newbuild and retrofit projects, as commercial manager for interior projects.

With this, TECO Solutions can offer a full value chain for interior projects, including sourcing, manning and project management.

TECO Solutions, part of TECO Maritime Group, is based in Oslo with offices in Poland, Miami and Dubai.

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