Also the Baltics is an area of interest for MOE – and is actually one of the reasons why the company decided to join DBDH. According to Finn Bruus, the primary focus is not the bottom line, but more about finding a strategic partner or a possible acquisition. The same goes for the UK market, where Brexit suddenly got in the way. This means that the company maintains the market, keeps an eye on their references, and make a move if something interesting shows up in UK.
650+ employees 85+ years of experience 90+ owners 5 offices in Denmark 1 subsidiary in Norway 1 subsidiary in Manila
From the project “Development of Kolbotn Sentrum in the Follo region” prepared by MOE and architect company Nordic - office of Architecture
The digital (r)evolution – can the promise of all things digital deliver?
As the district heating industry continues to evolve, utilities face not only new opportunities but also new challenges that increase the complexity and number of decisions they have to make every day. This development calls for digitalisation of everything from technologies to
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