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Umoe AS is a privately owned company based in Norway. [1]


Jens Ulltveit-Moe founded the company in 1984 and it has since grown into one of the largest, privately owned companies in Norway with a market value of approximately NOK 5 billion. In 2010 the company had a turnover of NOK 6 969 mill, with 7,100 employees and capital employed of NOK 5 355 mill. The company has four main areas; Umoe Shipping and Energy, Umoe Maritime, Umoe Bioenergy and Umoe Restaurant Group. [2] [3]

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  1. Umoe AS (Store norske leksikon)
  2. Our history (Umoe Restaurants AS)
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