Energy Valley member Nebb becomes part of Init
Energy Valley member, Nebb, has been acquired by the newly established software group, Init, giving the group a strong presence in Norway.
“Nebb has strong organisations in both Norway and North Macedonia constituting a great foundation for further development and growth, in which we have found Init to be the best partner for us,” says CEO of Nebb, Alexander Risøy.
Nebb will maintain its current activities, including work and project approaches, and the management will continue in their current roles.
“We look forward to becoming an even stronger partner in and outside Norway and collaborate with all our new colleagues throughout Europe,” continues Risøy.
With the acquisition of Norwegian Nebb, Init strengthens its position on the Scandinavian market.
“Nebb will especially contribute to our joint group with competences in software development, process knowledge, IT/OT architecture and specialized solutions for marine and subsea control systems,” says CEO of Init, Knut Akselvoll.
The group says they have ambitions of becoming the Nordic region’s leading supplier of industrial IT and automation solutions for the industry.
“With Nebb as part of the Init group, we now have a strong presence in Norway, as well as Denmark and Sweden,” Akselvoll continues.
Init was established in January 2022 with the merger of Danish Picca and PD- Automation, and includes Swedish-Norwegian Acobia, Swedish Martensson Consulting and the Danish companies Logimatic, AN Group, Inuatek, 3Tech Automation, ProjectBinder, MBB Consult, Daniit. and now Norwegian Nebb.
Since 1996, Nebb has provided solutions for automation and industrial IT within process industry, pharma, marine, energy, and subsea. Nebb aims to be at the very forefront of technology and a center of excellence in their fields of competences. The company is headquartered in Asker, Norway and has an office in Skopje, North Macedonia.
Caption picture: With Nebb being acquired by Init, it will strengthen the groups presence in Norway. From left: COO of Nebb, Espen Trengereid; CEO of Nebb, Alexander Risøy; CEO of Init Group, Knut Akselvoll; CTO of Nebb, Espen Davidsen and CBDO of Init Group, Frederik Klinge.