Novenco: The three markets of the future

The Danish supplier Novenco has identified three good supplier markets within shipping and offshore for the future. Read on to get in insight in the analyses of Novenco CEO, Steen Rasmussen.

The solutions of the future lie within energy efficient solutions to the East and the North if you are a supplier like Novenco, the company’s CEO, Steen Rasmussen, says when asked about future trends for the development of the company.

“We experience a considerable focus on energy efficient solutions from our customers. Our land-based department is further along with that kind of solutions than our sea-based department and therefore, we will be able to draw on the development made by our land-based department to improve our offshore and shipping markets. The challenge is to keep your calm in this green rush,” he says.

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