Meet the Finalists for the 2021 Transatlantic Company of the Year!
AmCham Denmark, in partnership with American-Danish Business Council, is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2021 Transatlantic Company of the Year. We congratulate these outstanding companies and wish them well as AmCham’s independent jury evaluates their accomplishments.
Meet the 2021 Transatlantic Company of the Year finalists here:
3Shape is changing dentistry together with dental professionals across the world with our portfolio of market-leading 3D scanners and CAD/CAM software solutions that enable dental practices and labs to provide superior dental care for patients and continue to challenge traditional methods. 3Shape was founded by two graduate students in 2000 and is located in Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen. 3Shape employs 1,500+ employees and serve customers in more than 100 countries.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (“CIP”) is a fund management company founded in 2012, specializing in the development, construction, and operation of renewable energy infrastructure assets. By focusing on long term investments with a high degree of stability in cash flows, CIP is one of the fastest growing fund managers in the world, with seven infrastructure funds under management and approximately EUR 15 billion under management. The latest fund raised (Copenhagen Infrastructure IV) is the largest dedicated renewable energy fund raised to date, which is expected to reach EUR 7 billion, with the US being the largest market for the fund. CIP is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark along with offices in London, Tokyo, Hamburg, Utrecht, and Manhattan, as well as a project office in Boston, MA from which it leads the development of the first large scale offshore wind project in the U.S.
Shark Solutions is the world leader in the recycling and transformation of PVB (PolyVinyl Butyral), the interlayer of laminated glass (windshields and building glass). There are over a billion vehicles in the world (300+ million in North America), with laminated windshields. Shark Solutions take this former waste stream, diverts it from landfills and transforms it into advanced sustainable raw materials that are used in paints, coating, flooring, automotive applications and thermoplastic elastomers . With production facilities in the EU and now two in the USA (Atlanta and Los Angeles), they work with private and public entities to make the planet a place today and for future generations.
Read more about the Transatlantic Company of the Year award here.