Semco acquires Norwegian engineering firm

Semco Maritime has acquired Norwegian Inmaco, which employs 35 people and focuses on fire safety and has a considerable geographical presence, says Semco.

Semco Maritime has purchased Norwegian-based fire and safety contractor Inmaco, which has 35 employees and operates in Norway, the UK, Australia, and Korea, and focuses on fire safety.

“Inmaco is a professional and well-run business with a strong market position, unique competencies and a geographical footprint that complement our existing activities and form a perfect strategic fit for Semco Maritime. We look forward to building a stronger business and realizing our strategic ambition of becoming a high-end supplier within fire protection as well as fluid and nitrogen systems in the North Sea and Asia Pacific. With Inmaco onboard, we will offer existing and future clients an extended and complete range of products and services and continue on our strategic growth path,” says Steen Brødbæk, Semco CEO, in a press release.

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