Desmi steps on the gas after disappointing 2012

Even though Desmi, based in Nørresundby, Denmark, made a profit in 2012, things have slowed down compared to the last five years. Senior management calls the result "acceptable," and wants to increase investments in sales in 2013.

Things are not going as fast as they used to for the Danish supplier of ship pumps and equipment for gathering oil pollution, though Desmi did achieve a profit of USD 4.13 million, a step back compared to the result for 2011, at USD 9.9 million, and the lowest result in five years.

And things are not encouraging, according to the statement by senior management:

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