Ship designer OMT has reduced its staff by more than half in five years

Odense Maritime Technology, which designs ships, has reduced its number of employees by more than 50 percent since 2014, and revenue is down to less than one third of the level seen at that time. Management headed by CEO Kåre Groes Christiansen believes in improvement next year.

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Ship designer Odense Maritime Technology, OMT, is still maintaining a tight focus on costs after the company in 2017 announced layoffs, and in the latest financial year, OMT has further reduced its workforce.

Today the ship designer has 48 employees left, down from 73 employees in the previous financial year, and 108 five years ago.

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