EMS Seven Seas ASA : EMS Seven Seas ASA: Awarded bridge contract

       EMS Seven Seas ASA : EMS Seven Seas ASA: Awarded bridge contract

EMS Seven Seas ASA (EMS) today announced that the Company has been awarded a
one year bridge contract from January 1^st 2013 to provide supplies and
services from a major NATO country. The customer is EMS' largest customer and
has been an important business partner to EMS Group since 1988.

The contract is for supplies of maintenance and repairs as well as
construction materiel to the country's military in the Central Asian States,
Southern Caucasus, Middle East and Africa regions for 2013. The new contract
replaces one of the two bridge contracts which the Company announced on June
18^th 2012; the other bridge contract was replaced with a new 5 year contract
commencing January 13^th 2013 as announced September 19^th 2012. The
deliveries will be handled by EMS' UAE subsidiary, Seven Seas Shipchandlers

Delivery under the new contract will start up in Q1 2013. The minimum contract
award value is USD 0.5 million and the maximum value is set at USD 65.0

The award of this contract is another important milestone for EMS and will
help improve operational visibility and predictability.

EMS Seven Seas ASA is a global leader ship supply company with operations in
60 ports around the world. General supply to military forces is currently EMS'
largest segment, alongside supplies to the world's merchant fleet.

For further information, please contact:

Morten Persen
Chief Executive Officer
Phone: +47 908 33 624

Ole Anton Gulsvik
Chief Financial Officer
Phone: +47 995 68520

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements acc. to §5-12 vphl
(Norwegian Securities Trading Act)


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