Neptune Marine Revenue and Competitors

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Hardinxveld-Giessendam, ZH Netherlands

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Total Funding

Maritime

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Neptune Marine's estimated annual revenue is currently $25.7M per year.(i)
  • Neptune Marine's estimated revenue per employee is $265,000

Employee Data

  • Neptune Marine has 97 Employees.(i)
  • Neptune Marine grew their employee count by 13% last year.
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal FundingValuation
#1
$7.8M376%N/AN/A
#2
$17.4M7322%N/AN/A
#3
$25.7M9713%N/AN/A

Neptune has been offering versatile maritime solutions, for over 40 years. We strive to offer reliable, flexible and high-quality maritime solutions that will allow our customers to perform their operations as good and efficient as possible. We design, build, repair, convert and mobilize vessels for the maritime industry including offshore, renewables, marine infrastructure and aquaculture. It is our aim to offer you the best solution through innovation, creativity, cooperation and flexibility. In other words, we work together. Neptune offers solutions that suit you and your work.

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Total Funding

97

Number of Employees

$25.7M

Revenue (est)

13%

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Neptune Marine News

2022-04-20 - 5th Mare Forum Geneva 2022

... Rolf Stiefel CEO, Marine & Offshore Germany and Russia, ... Harris Antoniou Founder and Managing Director Neptune Maritime Leasing Ltd...

2022-04-20 - Neptune to Expand Robotic Hull Cleaning Service to Ningbo ...

Keeping hulls and propellers clean is a basic necessity for all ships. Shipowners and operators know that even a small amount of marine growth...

2022-04-13 - Neptune raises $17.25M to clean ship hulls with robots

“Part of the funding will be used to attract engineering talent, industry experts and marine biologists. With a headcount of around 120 in 2023,...

2019-09-08 - No, the U.S. Navy Does Not Want Nuclear Weapons on Its ...

Neptune P2V-C3 maritime patrol planes converted into nuclear bombers could take off from Midway-class carriers using rocket-pods but would ...