NKT CEO says the firm is working non-stop in transition year

The Danish cable manufacturer's expectations for 2018 disappointed the stock market this Tuesday. The lack of heavy orders could put pressure on capacity utilization this year, but CEO Michael Hedegaard Lyng says that the company is about to enter a very busy period.

The stock market did not react kindly to the 2017 annual report from Danish cable manufacturer NKT, but the CEO is relatively optimistic.

He will guide NKT through what he describes as a "transition year" in 2018.

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