Mitsubishi will boost OMT's license business

With the Mitsubishi deal, Odense Maritime Technology takes another step toward its ambitions to grow its license business, says CEO Kåre Groes Christiansen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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Odense Maritime Technology (OMT) - with its new collaborative agreement with the big Japanese shipyard group Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - has taken another step toward strengthening the company's license business and expanding its activities.

"This collaboration will boost our license business, that is, developing products in the form of ships, which can subsequently be built on license. By working together with Mitsubishi we get a strong partner, and we believe that by putting joint resources into the project development, we will get the best from Japan and the best from Northern Europe," says CEO Kåre Groes Christiansen in an interview with ShippingWatch, adding:

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