Relokator continues growing and has now purchased the removal and furniture assembly company Europe, which is based in Trondheim, Norway.

Through the purchase, we are reinforcing our geographical presence in Bergen, Drammen and Sandefjord.

Relokator was responsible for moving no fewer than 10 tenants into Media City Bergen.

Relokator moved the Norwegian Directorate of Health from the centre of the city to Storo. The directorate has 11,165 sqm at its disposal at the newly built Workplace Oo.

Relokator was responsible for all aspects of the move, and the building was officially opened with great ceremony by the Minister of Trade and Industry and Chairman Stein Erik Hagen.

We’re growing strongly and looking for four energetic Junior Project Managers! The specific positions we’re looking to fill are Logistics Consultants and Key Account Manager.

Relokator is growing strongly and is therefore seeking an analytical, structured person for the position of Business Developer!

Next year, the Munch Museum will be relocating from Tøyen to Bjørvika.

First Mover Group, owner of Relokator, has entered into an agreement to purchase 100% of the shares in Realia AS.

On 6 October, Relokator purchased 100% of the shares in RT Inreco Göteborg AB.

Relokator and DHL Fine Art Logistics have been commissioned to move more than 100,000 items for the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in 2020.