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IPO 2022

Bawat's order book is growing, and the company is now going public to increase further growth. The proceeds will be used to strengthen international sales and marketing efforts. 

 

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Want to learn more about Bawat?

  • Watch CEO Marcus Hummer present the Q3 Results 2022 from 3 Nov 2022: Watch it here 

  • Bawat’s CEO Marcus P. Hummer and CFO John Bo Henriksen participated in the HC Andersen Capital “Green Energy Transition Seminar” on 7 September 2022. Bawat introduced the company profile and commented on the Half-Year Report: Watch it here 

  • Watch the Nordnet Webinar from 8th March where CEO Marcus Peter Hummer talks about the listing on Nasdaq (in English): Watch it here

  • Watch the Dansk Aktionærforening's event (in Danish) from 10th March 2022 - ”Mød selskabet: Bawat”: Watch it here

  • Marcus Hummer participated in "Aktiedagen Stockholm" 14th March 2022 Watch it here

  • HC Andersen Capital held a webinar where Marcus Hummer presented "Mød selskabet og få en introduktion til investeringscasen" on 15th March 2022: Watch it here

MEET BAWAT

                

Watch the video: Bawat's CEO Marcus Hummer introduces you to the company.

About Bawat

Bawat is a Greentech company founded in 2011 to develop a simple and sustainable method for treating ballast water from ships.

The United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) estimates that up to 10 billion tonnes of ballast water is discharged from shipping into the world's seas, lakes and rivers each year. This discharge poses a serious environmental and economic threat as ballast water can contain invasive species and microorganisms. Invasive species outcompete existing local species with harm to the environment, public health, and society.

Bawat's ballast water treatment system pasteurizes (heat treats) the ballast water using only the excess heat from the ship's engines. Bawat's heat-based system is economically, operationally, and environmentally advantageous compared to other methods on the market, which uses chemicals, filters, or energy-intensive solutions to treat the ballast water.

Bawat's system is also available as a container-based mobile version, which can be used to treat ballast water from land - typically in ports, docks, shipyards or temporarily placed on a ship.

Bawat’s patent protected system is currently the only heat-based system on the market approved by both the IMO and the U.S. Coast Guard. 

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