Further growth in SEAONICS

June 2, 2023
The company has experienced strong growth in 2022

From left: Ståle Fure, Head of Sales, Nina Reinseth, Head of Marketing and Business Development and Håkon Fauske, Managing Director.

"If it hadn’t been for our talented teams in Norway and Poland, this growth would not have been possible” declares Håkon Fauske, Managing Director of SEAONICS.

The company has experienced strong growth in 2022 with revenues increased by over 50%, with good results. The growth is mainly due to strengthening and investments towards vessels with autonomous and remote operations, offshore energy and aftermarket services.

Innovation has always been a driving force for Seaonics, which in 2022 secured contracts to deliver anew 3D crane and gangway to serve the growing SOV market and support the global expansion of offshore wind. In addition, the company was honored with the “Innovation of the Year Award” for the SEAONICS Electric Controlled Motion Compensated (ECMC) Crane at OSJ (Offshore Support Journal Conference and Exhibition Awards) in London, earlier this year. The fully electric crane allows for efficient handling operations that support a sustainable future.

SEAONICS’s mission is to make mission critical maritime handling and lifting solutions even smarter, more efficient and profitable through specialized knowledge and advanced technology. In this way, SEAONICS gives their customers the upper hand in sustainable exploration, development and harvesting of the ocean space.

Media contact: Nina Reinseth, Head of Marketing and Business Development, nina.reinseth@seaonics.com

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