Maritime subcontractors betting heavily on growth in 2013

The subcontractor- and supply companies in Northern Jutland are looking forward to 2013. 10 out of 10 companies ShippingWatch has spoken to expect to have grown in a year, and 9 out of 10 expect to hire more people.

The future looks bright for the maritime cluster in Northern Jutland, if judging by the subcontractor- and supply companies’ answers regarding their expectations for the coming year.

ShippingWatch has asked 10 companies in the subcontractor- and supply segments in Northern Jutland about whether they expect to have grown in a year. 10 out of 10 companies said yes. Furthermore, 9 out of 10 companies expect to have hired more people as a result of the growth.

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