Telenor Maritime and Globetech enter collaboration agreement

Telenor Maritime reports that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Globetech, a provider of ICT infrastructure and services for vessels.

The agreement is designed to allow the companies to identify common business opportunities and tender for contracts together within the maritime sector. The firms will jointly perform use case reviews to identify which products and services are suitable for joint promotion and delivery and establish a go-to-market plan for shared products and services.

“Our companies have complementary expertise and experience, which we hope can lead to us being better equipped in the market, growing our market reach, and providing our customers and the market with greater value,” said Hans Eirik Onarheim, CEO at Globetech.

“Choosing to become a partner with Telenor Maritime came naturally as the result of having many common interests and few activities in the market where we compete. We have also already had several successful collaboration cases.”

“Telenor Maritime has a strong position in the market and possesses a good pool of experience and expertise that complements Globetech. At the same time, the quality of what is delivered by Telenor Maritime is of high importance to Globetech’s business.”

The collaboration agreement is a continuation of an informal cooperation between the two companies over the past five years, before the companies signed a Letter of Intent Agreement in December 2021 to explore cooperation opportunities and assess the feasibility of entering a strategic partnership.

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