Bridges for Success

Our memberships in various organizations, both directly and indirectly through Square1 Nordic, hold immense value to us. They provide us with invaluable resources, networking opportunities, and a platform for collective growth and impact. By actively engaging with these communities, we foster innovation, sustainability, and collaboration, ultimately contributing to our own professional development and the advancement of our industries. Read more about them below.

Square1 Nordic

Square1 Nordic was founded in 2020 and quickly gained a solid reputation as a trustworthy and dependable shared platform dedicated to fostering business growth and development. Recognizing the inherent value of specialized competencies, Square1 Nordic firmly believe that companies thrive when they focus on their respective areas of expertise.


At present, Square1 Nordic comprises four distinct companies: Marine Technic A/S, TRIFU ApS, GNC Marine ApS, and MariTeam A/S. Our overarching goal is to facilitate the collective development of these companies while championing their unique identities and strengths.


Square1 Nordic, as a reputable organization, leverages extensive industry knowledge and best practices to provide a reliable platform for businesses to collaborate, exchange ideas, and drive innovation. Through strategic partnerships and tailored support, we empower companies to optimize their performance and achieve sustainable growth.


By fostering an environment of cooperation and knowledge sharing, Square1 Nordic enables businesses to expand their networks, access new markets, and enhance their competitive edge. With a commitment to transparency, integrity, and professionalism, Square1 Nordic strive to build enduring relationships with our partner companies and the wider business community.

Danish Maritime

Danish Maritime serves as an industry association dedicated to supporting Danish manufacturers of maritime equipment and ships. Our overarching goal is to ensure the continuous success and global competitiveness of the Danish maritime industry by actively promoting favorable framework conditions. We foster and initiate cooperation among our member businesses across various domains, acting as a central knowledge hub that furnishes our members, public authorities, and the media with the latest relevant information on the maritime sector. By bringing together our member businesses in a meaningful network, we enable and ensure fruitful collaboration with other parts of the Danish as well as international maritime clusters.


Danish Maritime has emerged as a recognized political actor and consulting partner within the maritime realm. We maintain strong collaborative ties with Danish and European politicians and civil servants, actively engaging in the work of esteemed bodies such as the European Shipyards’ and maritime equipment association SEA Europe, while also regularly participating in multiple committees of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).


One of the distinguishing factors of Danish maritime manufacturers is their commitment to offering highly environmentally and climate-friendly solutions. Their products and solutions not only meet current standards and legislation but often go above and beyond, positioning them as frontrunners prepared for future standards and demands. While upholding the significance of high environmental standards, Danish Maritime also emphasizes the importance of equitable rules and legislation that are universally applicable across the international and highly competitive maritime industry. We strive to establish a level playing field that ensures fair competition while maintaining elevated environmental standards.


The International Marine Purchasing Association (IMPA), also known as IMPA, is a highly regarded non-profit organization that has played a central role in the marine procurement and supply chain management industry since its inception in 1978.

With a rich history spanning over four decades, IMPA was established by a dedicated group of senior purchaser executives who recognized the need for a unified industry voice to advocate for the interests of their profession. Since then, IMPA has grown into a thriving community, representing more than 1,000 maritime purchaser and supplier members worldwide. Together, these members collaborate and work tirelessly to drive continuous improvement and foster the ongoing development of the industry as a whole.

IMPA serves as a vital hub where maritime procurement professionals come together to share knowledge, insights, and best practices. By facilitating networking opportunities, organizing industry events, and offering a range of valuable resources, IMPA empowers its members to enhance their expertise, expand their professional networks, and stay at the forefront of industry trends and advancements.

Confederation of Danish Industry

The Confederation of Danish Industry – DI – is Denmark’s largest, most representative and most influential business and employers’ organisation, covering manufacturing as well as service industries across sectors such as transport, energy, IT, health, trade and professional services.


DI’s mission is to help Danish companies win, both at home and abroad.

  • Negotiate collective agreements with the labour unions – a crucial function in the strong Danish labour market model – and advise members on labour and employment law.
  • Work to improve business regulation at local, national, European and international level in daily dialogue with national and international stakeholders.
  • Provide members with numerous other services and a variety of relevant networks.