Arendal


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Arendal

(ä`rəndäl), city (1995 pop. 38,695), capital of Aust-Agder co., SE Norway, a port on the Skagerrak. Manufactures include forest products and processed metal, food, and tobacco. Chartered in 1723, Arendal has had one of Norway's largest merchant fleets since 1880.
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Pusuant to the existing frame agreement between the companies the orders will be filled and the products delivered in 2014 and 2015, the company said adding that the products will be manufactured at Kitron's plant in Arendal, Norway.
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MY GRANDFATHER, Captain Charles Vermulen (a Birkenhead man) was the captain of a local ship SS Arendal, registered in Liverpool and owned by two Liverpool businessmen Mr Roberts and Mr Brining (the ownership was in the name of a company - Roberts, Brining & Co Ltd).
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So far, the fish appears to be a new species, says cruise leader Odd Aksel Bergstad of the Institute of Marine Research in Arendal, Norway.
In a bid to promote the use of poverty maps by United Nations (UN) member stares and organizations as well as nongovernmental organizations--particularly in the areas of food security and environmental management--the government of Norway has funded the Poverty Mapping initiative, which is run by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, the Arendal (Norway) office of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP)/Global Resource Information Database (GRID), and the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research.
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He was airlifted by helicopter to hospital in Arendal where it was 30 minutes before he regained consciousness.