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United States Air Force Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan, is the second largest air base in the world. It is the hub of airpower in the Pacific and home to the Air Force's largest combat wing, the 18th Wing, and a variety of associate units. 44 students from the USAF Base were on hand in February for the two-day operations, maintenance and strategy training program, which was conducted by Dan Beyer, General Manager of Lamor USA and Mathias Lindroos, Project Director of Lamor Finland.

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Lamor Corporation recently commissioned their vessel-mounted Side Collecting Oil Skimming System LSC 4C for Guam’s Oil Spill Response Operations Company (OSROCO) and T&T Marine Salvage (T&T), making it the largest skimming system in the region.

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Lamor Corporation Demonstrates Innovative New Oil Recovery System for Canadian Response Organizations.

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For a customer in China, Lamor will supply 13 complete Lamor Seahunter systems packed into containers.

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Polyeco International and Lamor Corporation will merge their global service divisions into Polyeco Group to form the largest world-wide environmental service provider.

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Lamor attended an intensive Arctic oil spill response exercise held by Gazprom Neft over the Easter Weekend, March 25-28. The Arctic drill took place around the Prirazlomnoye drilling and production platform located on the Pechora Sea shelf, 60 kilometers offshore.

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The Arctic Sternmax skimmer will be the oil recovery system used in the joint study developed by Arctia shipping, the Lapland Rescue Department and Lamor.

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Lamor becomes the global supplier of Egersund Group Oil Spill Response product line

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Porvoo, Finland – March 11 – Lamor Corporation Ab and the Markleen Group recently signed a cooperation agreement that will form the most comprehensive and highest quality Oil Spill Response (OSR) solution network on the global market. Read more »

Lamor’s headquarters has moved to the property located next to Rihkamatori-square in Porvoo city center in early March 2016. Read more »