Engie searches for exec in Scandinavia

The engineer division at Engie Fabricom has plans to grow beyond the offices in the UK. The company will establish a new division in Norway.

French Engie, former GDF Suez, has decided to increase its presence in Scandinavia, reports Renews.

The group's subsidiary Engie Fabricom supplies services including consultancy to the offshore industry and with a new business unit in Norway, the company will service customers in areas such as offshore wind turbines. For this endeavor, the company is looking for a new CEO.

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