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Kongsberg

(kôngs`bĕr), city (1995 pop. 21,534), Buskerud co., SE Norway, on the Lågen River. It is a commercial, industrial, and winter sports center and has a hydroelectric power plant. Formerly a silver-mining center, Kongsberg has old mines and a great church (1761) that are tourist attractions.
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5 October 2011 - Norwegian weapons maker Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (OSL:KOG) announced today that Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace had been awarded a simulator contract from the Australian Navy as subcontractor to Raytheon Australia Pty Ltd.
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A wholly owned subsidiary of Kongsberg Gruppen ASA, Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies, has inked a frame agreement with Statoil Petroleum ASA for services related to Statoil's dynamic process simulators.
Global marine technology company, Kongsberg Maritime has appointed a new business manager for the offshore production division of its Kongsberg Maritime Ltd base in Aberdeen.
29 March 2012 a[euro]" Norwegian marine technology firm Kongsberg Maritime AS, part of Kongsberg Gruppen (OSL:KOG), has taken over domestic fleet management software provider Jotron Consultas AS, the buyer announced today.
30 September 2011 - Norwegian weapons maker Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (OSL:KOG) said today its Kongsberg Maritime unit had completed the acquisition of oilservice supplier Evotec AS.