Marine company sees great growth potential in environmental demands

The engineering company DEIF, owned by FOSS, is growing at 20 percent a year by developing control systems to e.g. the shipping and the offshore industry. The company has big expectations to future environment and climate demands posed on shipping companies.

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The challenges in the shipping industry ahead of the legislation on CO2 emissions, fuel savings and energy efficiency have created big growth opportunities in the engineering company DEIF’s division for Marine and Offshore, which is owned by Toke Foss. The company is based in Skive in the central Jutland but considers itself one of the leading global players within energy management and reduction of fuel consumption also known as fuel efficiency.

“Under optimal conditions, our systems are capable of reducing fuel consumption with 20 percent. And of course, new regulation will result in a considerable demand and turnover when many ships will have to enter shipyards in order to become upgraded with modern energy efficient technology”, DEIF Executive Manager, Claus Todbjerg Larsen says and continues.

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