EADS forms subsidiary in Norway

  • 18-Feb-2010 08:58 EST

EADS established a new subsidiary and corporate office in Norway as part of its long-term strategy to bolster its industrial presence in the Nordic region. EADS considers Norway to be a promising market in terms of industrial cooperation and commercial activities. The group has built a strong relationship with a number of military and private Norwegian customers over the years, supplying commercial aircraft, helicopters, naval radars, and other equipment plus associated services. The subsidiary, EADS Norway NUF, will be based at Aker Brygge in Oslo.

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