Consolidation to replace massive growth at Semco

Following two years with massive growth at Esbjerg-based Semco, focus will now change to consolidation, says the company's CEO Steen Brødbæk.

Two years with growth rates at around 40 percent would be a lot for any company, including Esbjerg-based Semco, which now plans to focus on consolidation, according to an interview with the company's CEO, Steen Brødbæk:

"We have had a very successful 2012 and the second year running we have achieved a growth in the range of 40 percent for our company. We are now focusing on consolidating our market position. In close co-operation with the entire Semco Maritime orgnization it is my task now and in the coming months to make sure that all our processes are trimmed for even greater customer satisfaction. We want to do even better, and we have embedded our ambitions in our new strategy," says Steen Brødbæk in the interview, featured in the company's internal magazine.

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