Hordaland


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Hordaland

(hôr`dälän), county (1995 pop. 422,581), c.6,030 sq mi (15,600 sq km), SW Norway, bordering on the North Sea in the west. Bergen is the capital. Hordaland includes the Hardangerfjord region and numerous islands and is a favorite tourist area. Fishing, farming, and manufacturing (including chemicals and metal goods) are the chief occupations.
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Contract notice: Equipment for laboratory for industrial digitalisation, Including software and licences to fagskolen i hordaland
"Norway's two key oil-dependent regions, Rogaland and Hordaland, have the highest rates of oil-related employment.
THE county of Hordaland in western Norway, twinned with Cardiff, has for many years presented a Christmas Tree to Cardiff.
Norwegian IT infrastructure provider Ementor ASA (OSE: EME) said on Thursday (3 April) that it has received a renewed framework contract to supply home PCs to students in Hordaland, Norway.
The County Commissioner of Hordaland has awarded a grant totalling Euro 0.34 million (3 million Norwegian Kroner) from a total investment of Euro 8.6 million (Nkr 75.3 million) from the saw mill Gravin Bruk P/L, which, the EFTA Surveillance Authority found, only covers just over 3% of the net eligible investment.
Announcement of competition: equipment for laboratory for industrial digitization, including software and licenses for the professional school in hordaland
Twenty years ago I was heavily involved in the rebuilding of the church on this new site - after it had laid derelict for over two decades - with the support of Hordaland Fylkeskommune, the County Council and many other people in Wales and Norway.
The Norwegian IT infrastructure provider Ementor ASA said on Tuesday (10 October) that it has secured new framework contracts within communications and security from the Hordaland county municipality and the regional hospital service organisation Sykehuspartner Helse Sor RHF in Norway.
Address : Hordaland Fylkeskommune V/Bybanen Utbygging
The Christmas tree, donated by Hordaland council in Norway, will be lit by the region's director of international affairs, Ingeborg Astrup.
The Cardiff college has been linked with Knarvik Tertiary College, in Hordaland, for 13 years, annually welcoming four Norwegian students to study AS levels in South Wales.
This is the 12th year students have been coming from the Hordaland region of Norway, which is twinned with Cardiff.