Skipet, the building that is now home to Norwegian Hull Club

New premises strengthen service concept and our long-term commitment to clients

InsightsDecember 07, 2020

Norwegian Hull Club has today (Monday, 7 December) relocated to a new landmark building in Bergen, with premises that reinforce the company's service concept and further strengthen its long-term commitment to clients.

The building, Skipet, is a bold, prestigious development with a strong focus on sustainability, being classed as BREEAM Excellent.

As Norwegian Hull Club continues to expand its product and service offering to meet the evolving needs of its clients and members, a new base of operations better suited to the challenges and opportunities of today and tomorrow is called for. Our new office at Skipet will further enable Norwegian Hull Club to deliver service levels and competence of remarkable quality.

The Club's new home optimizes communication and cooperation between team members, facilitating an even higher degree of effective service that will ultimately benefit our clients.

A new Situation Centre is at the physical heart of our premises, reinforcing the importance of Norwegian Hull Club's Mission to secure lives, health, environment and property. As well as being a live base of operations during incidents, this cutting-edge facility will also facilitate awareness, loss prevention and loss mitigation activities with clients and the wider industry- helping us to deliver even more effectively on our commitment to knowledge sharing.

We look forward to welcoming you to our new office when conditions allow.

Visiting address: Solheimsgaten 5, 5058 Bergen

Postal address: Postbox 2404, Solheimsviken, 5824 Bergen