GAC already has 11 other sites strategically located from Oslo northwards to Spitsbergen in the Arctic Circle.Gunnar Lundgren, GAC’s regional logistics manager for Europe, says GAC’s geographical expansion in Norway has been driven by increased business opportunities from existing and new customers: “We expect to see a continuous positive trend in the Norwegian market, with greater demand for shipping and logistics services – especially from clients involved in oil and gas operations,” he said.Logistics manager, Alexander Olsen, will manage the new office.
The total number of tests conducted in the state thus far is 17,089. Of Tuesday’s newly reported cases, five are male — two aged 30-39, one aged 40-49, and two aged 50-59 — and one is female, aged 20-29. The total number of recovered patients, as of Tuesday’s update, stands at 228 out of the 351 total positive cases that have been reported. That marks ten new recoveries. No new hospitalizations have been reported, leaving that total at 37. There were no new deaths reported, leaving that total at nine. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported six new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. The total positive case count, including recovered patients, now stands at 351. Three of the cases are from Anchorage, one from Petersburg, one from Chugiak, and one from North Pole. These cases are reported using the state’s timetable of reporting counts: 12:00 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. on April 27.