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MacArtney wants to reach USD 170 million revenue by 2016

Esbjerg-based supplier MacArtney's ambitions include reaching a USD 170 million revenue by 2016. The company has increased its presence in Asia and the US, and plans to expand to a global reach, co-owner and Sales & Marketing Director Marco MacArtney tells ShippingWatch.

The winch system Mermac R50 from MacArtney. The winch compensates for wave motions at sea. This one for Odyssey Marine Exploration. | Photo: MacArtney

Energy and ship supplier MacArtney's headquarters are located in the middle of a residential neighborhood in Hjerting, on the outskirts of Esbjerg, Denmark.

"This is the fanciest road in Esbjerg," says the cab driver as the car makes its way down the road, and the houses are lined up facing the sea all the way down to the headquarters of the company, which supplies the oil and shipping industry with equipment for subsea operations.

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