IDWAL expands its operations in Greece and Eastern Mediterranean

Photo Credit: Idwal Marine Services

Idwal, a UK vessel inspection company, has announced the opening of a Greek office in recognition of growing customer base in the region.

The company plans to expand its customer and technical teams in Greece over the coming years, especially in the S&P sector, where the company already holds an approximate 40% share of the global inspections market.

As the CEO of company reveals, Nick Owens, Idwal is expanding rapidly with many new roles starting this year and more expansion plans in the near future, so it was the right time for the company to open an Athens office, obviously for the all-important Greek market, but having an Eastern Mediterranean base will mean that they can also reach their clients in Cyprus and Turkey with ease too.

Source: Idwal Marine Services

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