From Norway to the World
- GIEK is a very important partner for us on international projects. The financing solutions we devise with GIEK make it easier to take our share of the risk, says Vibeke Solberg Forås, General Manager Business Banking Sparebank1 SMN.
– The offer of export financing is important for Element Logic and is used in the sales process with potential customers.
Export financing is often essential to getting projects under way, says Dag-Adler Blakseth, CEO of Element Logic.
– Loans and guarantees from Export Credit Norway and GIEK have been crucial in obtaining quick and solid financing for the project,” says Ole Henning Christiansen, the CEO of Safelink AS.
- When Myanmar opened up to the outside world in 2011, Bergen Engines and the Rolls-Royce group wanted to gain access to this chartered market – with our gas engines, says Merethe Fjeldstad, Bergen Engines.
June 15 Le Laperouse was delivered, the first cruise ship in a series of several new ships from Vard Group. Vard Søviknes yard now has full capacity utilization, and the group’s shipyards will supply cruise ships to several well-known actors on a continuous basis until 2021. GIEK is central to the funding of all vessels and in the conversion of Norwegian shipyard from mainly offshore vessels to other types of vessels to new markets.
GIEK is proud to be one of the participating members of the new UN Action Platform on Sustainable Ocean Business, along with other members such as DNB, NBIM, Equinor and ABN Ambro.
A strong export credit scheme and normalised relations with China are creating new opportunities for Norwegian exporters. Supported by financing from Export Credit Norway and GIEK, the Oslo-based company Alfsen og Gunderson has won a EUR 3 million contract with the Chinese company Anhui Taipingyang Special Mesh Industry Co.