From the world famous Krag–Jørgensen rifle to dynamic positioning and autonomous electric ships, KONGSBERG has made a major contribution to Norwegian industry and maritime history, and is now a leading supplier of technology across the world.
The shear width of KONGSBERG’s commercial operations can be both impressive and confusing. We have many product and market segments, but there is still a clear, common thread that holds everything we do together.
Greece tops the list of the world’s maritime nations with a fleet worth around USD 100 billion. Maintaining a close relationship with the country’s shipping companies is a vital task for Kongsberg Maritime in Athens.
KONGSBERG’s operating revenues in Q3 are NOK 3,154 million and the EBITDA is NOK 347 million. The quarterly order intake is NOK 4,477 million, which gives an order backlog of NOK 17,602 million at the end of the period.
In the second quarter KONGSBERG has revenues of NOK 3,525 million and an EBITDA of NOK 241 million. The order intake in the quarter is at NOK 5,299 million, entailing an order backlog of NOK 16,419 million.