Viking's revenue soars following acquisition: "We need to go higher"

A major acquisition and a booming subscription business means that Viking Life-Saving Equipment now hopes to reach USD 383.5 million in revenue for 2019. "That is a significant growth, which also stretches beyond the value of the revenue we have acquired," CEO Henrik Uhd Christensen says to ShippingWatch.

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"Actually, a dot is missing right here, and this one is slightly off."

Henrik Uhd Christensen points to two different places on the large world map hanging on the wall in a showroom at Viking Life-Saving Equipment, which shows the locations of the company's service stations and offices around the world.

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