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DK 3490 Kvistgaard, Denmark



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Spotland's estimated annual revenue is currently $7.4M per year.(i)
  • Spotland's estimated revenue per employee is $232,000

Employee Data

  • Spotland has 32 Employees.(i)
  • Spotland grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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Spotland Surveyors is an international land survey company based in Denmark, where we are the leading firm within the latest 3-D and GPS technologies. We cater mainly to major contractors, consultants and developers to whom we offer our expert counsel and, if desired, active participation. Our own roots are in contractingwe share your DNA. We know how critical it is to have a partner who can help you achieve an optimal construction flow. Our international staff of surveyors have the education, supplementary training, and experience and are dedicated to realising the full potential of the technology. We will perform your 3-D measurements, but we will also help install and programme the GPS systems in our customers contractors machinery and will train operators to use them. Our references range from site developments in South Sweden to complex constructions, road projects'such as major highway projects on Zealand and in Jutland. Our employees have many years of working experience in international environments. For more details, browse through our website or contact us directly at or at +45 53 74 69 00.



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