DMI’s Maritime Service has faith in its own abilities and is ready to accept the challenge from Japanese Weathernews, which will open a competing office in Copenhagen with the month, to cover Scandinavia and the Arctic, says Carsten Kofoed, section chief at DMI’s Maritime Service, to ShippingWatch.
“We have some competitive products, and we are happy to accept the challenge. We are focused on quality and service, so I’m confident that our products can compete with theirs. And we already do compete, because the work doesn’t depend on location. We have a global reach, and we are using it,” says Carsten Kofoed.
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