Lindoe company's market in China will grow rapidly in the years to come

OMT, Odense Maritime Technology, is meeting with a long list of Chinese shipyards this week. “Our Chinese market will grow rapidly in the years to come,” says Kåre Christiansen, CEO of OMT.

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OTM’s Chinese market turnover will grow significantly over the coming years. The company, building on the experiences of the former shipyard Odense Stålskibsværft, is currently in China to meet with a series of representatives from the Chinese shipyard industry – this less than a week before Danish Minister of Business and Growth Ole Sohn is to meet with the country’s shipping industry.

The other day, OMT’s CEO Kåre Christiansen met with representatives of the two major shipyard groups of the North and South, respectively, and he says that there is a big interest in using Danish and European technology and know-how. This means that the trip has made expectations for the Chinese market even bigger.

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