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Posted by October 1, 2014

Marorka Opens Offices in Copenhagen

Ole Skatka Jensen (Photo courtesy of Marorka)

Marorka announced it is currently expanding following a substantial injection of funds. The expansion plan was approved and Marorka will extend its worldwide network in 2014.

As a result, Marorka has opened Copenhagen offices in August 2014 and offices in Dubai and Athens will be strengthened by the end of 2014. The Singapore office will be in operation from November, and further plans are underway to open offices in Korea and China.

On September 1, 2014, the Marorka Research Institute for Advance Energy Management Science opened in Lund Science Park (University), Sweden, where our highly educated staff will be heading the R&D office.

Marorka’s CEO Ole Skatka Jensen, formerly at MAN Diesel & Turbo, leads the expansion plan. When asked how the funding would affect future strategy, Ole Skatka Jensen responded, “Our expansion plan was approved by the board in July, and Marorka is extending its worldwide network in 2014 and 2015 with new offices in Copenhagen, Singapore and Korea. These will be in addition to our existing presence in Greece and the Middle East, which will be strengthened. These are purposeful steps forward which underline the strong support and interest we find in the marketplace.”

He continued, “The big challenge for us is to keep providing outstanding services to a growing customer base that is located around the globe. We are addressing this challenge by adding more people to our organization and by opening up our own offices in strategically selected locations. When a company has a large customer-base all over the world, it must have a robust corporate infrastructure. The expansion is all about getting closer to our customers.”

Jensen added, “Through continued significant investment in R&D and by being close to our customers, Marorka will be the Energy Management Solution provider with the largest worldwide network in the maritime industry by the end of 2014.”
 

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