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The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel

The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel

23-04-2016 12:00:00


The Frederikshavn company Scanel International A/S is pursuing a strategy to double sales. So far it looks fine for the company that has the order books filled for several years. It is not least the maritime area, as well as wind, oil and gas, which has created prosperity.

"The strategy is that in the period 2014-18 we should have doubled the turnover. And it will happen. This year's budget only experienced a growth of about 15 percent, but already it looks well for our order books in 2017 and 2018," says Claus Søgaard Poulsen, CEO of Scanel International.

Previously Scanel was mainly a traditional electric installation company, but in recent years Scanel has focused more on the maritime area and wind, gas and oil, and it has created prosperity. In 2015 Scanel had a gross profit of 165,83 million kroner, which is an increase of 15,4 percent compared to 2014. Compared to 2011, it is an improvement of 125,6 percent.

The bottom line has also shown a marked increase. In 2015, the net profit is therefore 11,6 million kroner from 8,8 million kroner in 2014 and back in 2011 there was even a loss after tax of -4.6 million kroner.

Source: Metal Supply / Maritime Denmark


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