We embrace diversity
With the current global turmoil… View
With the current global turmoil and increasing nationalism we praise our diversity in nationality, age, religion and gender.
Danfoss Semco systems are used world-wide. From Canada to Australia, from the artic to South Africa. Our environment is truly global and so are our customers. Naturally our organisation should reflect this. Contrary to resent movements that alienate specific nationalities and foreigners in general, we embrace diversity. We believe that different cultures as well as diversity in background, nationality, gender and age provides a much more dynamic and inspiring workplace. Being inspired and working in a non-homogenous environment provides better and safer solutions for our customers. When we hire new employees, we select candidates based on competences, values and strong business ethics. This is the only way to foster superior performance. Our ambition is to be successful, not as a result of tariffs and trade barriers, but because we understand the customer and provide the right, easy and safe solution. We will make the world a safer place and hope our customers will see Danfoss Semco as the No.1 choice. Danfoss Semco employees (from right to left): Tom Lauritzen, General Manager (Denmark), Andrew Bates, Sales Manager (England), Fadel Abdullah, Foreman stores (Iraq), Aleksandra Bjerringholm, R&D Engineer (Poland), Brian Andersen, Worker (Denmark), Rashid Haddadi, Business Development Manager (Iran), Maria Salcudean, Marketing Coordinator (Romania).
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A positive start to the new year
In the current market, it is always positive to present new orders. During January 2017, the marine division in Danfoss Semco has won orders for three new tanks. The Chinese shipowner Anji Automotive Logistics has taken the option for the second vessel in the series of 3800 PCTC built at Jinling Shipyard in China. The order for low-pressure CO2
has been awarded to Danfoss Semco as was the case for the first vessel in the series. The Belgian shipowner Cobelfret has ordered two Ro-Ro vessels at Uljanik shipyard in Croatia, and Danfoss Semco has been awarded the contract to deliver low-pressure CO2
systems for these vessels.
The low-pressure CO2 tank in the Danfoss Semco production.
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