Norbit ASA

Norbit ASA

  • Price (EUR)2.86
  • Today's Change0.01 / 0.35%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change+54.59%
  • Beta--
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About the company

Norbit ASA is a Norway-based technology company. The Company’s key target markets are the global maritime markets, offering sonar solutions based on proprietary technology, intelligent traffic systems, truck tolling devices, connectivity for tachographs and other tailored solutions. Through its subsidiaries, the Company operates three segments: Ocean, Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) and Product Innovation and Realization (PIR). Ocean provides products and solutions for the market fields Aquaculture and Defense. ITS offering includes products and solutions for international system integrators based on short range communication technology to intelligent traffic systems. PIR covers the activities of research and development and manufacturing. The Company operates globally.

  • Revenue in NOK (TTM)874.30m
  • Net income in NOK62.17m
  • Incorporated2008
  • Employees311.00
  • Location
  • Phone+47 73982550
  • Websitehttps://norbit.com/
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