Marorka

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Marorka Ltd.
Type private limited company
Industry marine energy management, energy research
Founded 2002
Headquarters Reykjavík, Iceland
Key people Jón Ágúst Thorsteinsson, founder & CEO
Thórður Magnússon, chairman
Products Maren, Fuel Manager (FM)
Website www.marorka.com

Marorka is a company based in Reykjavík, Iceland. It operates wholly owned subsidiaries in Denmark and Norway. Marorka specializes in marine energy management. Marorka's mission is to deliver products and services to vessel owners and operators to save fuel, increase profitability and reduce harmful emissions.[1] The company was founded in June 2002 and resulted from the PhD thesis of Jón Ágúst Thorsteinsson, founder and CEO and Director from 2002 to 2013. Chairman of the Board from 2013.

Marorka's field of work:

Marorka’s systems have been installed on board vessels of various types and sizes; Fishing vessels, Cargo vessels, Cruise ships and Research vessels.

In 2008 Marorka received the Nordic Council’s Nature and Environment Prize. 37 companies were nominated for the award.[1]

Marorka has implemented a quality management system built on the ISO 9001:2008 standard, certified by Det Norske Veritas.

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  1. ^ a b Icelandic Company Earns Nordic Environmental Prize

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