Won Contract With Total Lubmarine

Salt Pixel just signed a contract with Total Lubmarine for delivery of a new interactive system. The end system will be deployed both as an app and a online system. The system will focus on product display and illustrate areas of use for the Total Lubmarines products such as lubricants and greases. Salt Pixel competed for the contract with several other competitors but got shortlisted last week, and won the contract on Tuesday. 

“This is not the biggest contract we have won, but it is important as it opens a lot of doors, says Remi Johnsen, Co Founder and CEO of Salt Pixel. 

Total Lubmarine is a specialized marine lubricants business which provides innovative solutions to the global shipping industry. The company is a division within the Total Group, the world’s fifth largest publicly traded integrated oil and gas company.

“We are enthusiastic about the contract and it is very satisfying to see that we can compete on price without compromizing quality in our deliveries.”, says Remi Johnsen, CO-Founder and CEO of Salt Pixel Group.

Salt Pixel is a group of uncompromising artists and a enthusiastic team of art directors, 3D engineers, creative coders, interactive designers, and project managers. 

In three hectic years the group has delivered projects in several countries building a broad customer portefolio across the globe: Finland, Iceland, Norway, England, Scotland, USA, India, Vietnam, Dubai, Qatar, Morocco, Abu Dhabi, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Austria being amongst some of the countries. 

Salt Pixel is growing rapidly and currently experiencing a luxury problem, so far they have won all tenders they have competed for this year. This leves them in a unique position with great opportunities, but it is not without challenges. 

“Currently we employ 40 people in 4 countries. With the flow of requests we are experiencing at the moment we could easily emlploy 20-30 more, but there simply aren’t enough talent out there for us to reqruit. So we find ourselves in a situation now where we might have to push deliveries of new orders, and worst case we might have to turn potential customers down short term to not compromize the quality of our project deliveries”, Remi explains. 

“However the upside to this is that we are building a strong presence and see that there is a lot of companies with a need for the visuals that we provide. Long term we will be able to reqruit talent that will enable us to take on more projects. That gives us great hope for the future and feeds our ambition to grow our business!” Remi concludes.