A2SEA provides offshore wind transport, installation and service solutions. The company has an important role in the offshore wind energy supply chain, installing more than 50% of the world’s total offshore wind turbine capacity. For this purpose A2SEA has five specialized vessels and a number of smaller crew boats. There are around 400 employees, of which 120 work in office settings, while the remainder are maritime staff. A2SEA is owned by DONG Energy, as the majority shareholder, together with Siemens Wind Power.

A2Sea parts ways with CEO

Siemens and Dong Energy's offshore carrier has let its CEO go. His replacement was recruited internally.

Media: Dong and Siemens close to sale of A2Sea

Dong Energy and Siemens Windpower are close to finding a buyer for offshore carrier a2Sea, which specializes in offshore wind turbine installations, according to Berlingske Business. The buyer will likely be another shipping company, sources tell the newspaper.

Offshore wind could be a gold mine for offshore carriers

Offshore carriers specializing in erecting offshore wind turbines can look forward to bulging order books over the next 15 years. In a new report, OECD projects that the global offshore wind market will grow significantly between now and 2030. A2Sea is turning its focus to Asia and the US.

Media: Dong is working to divest A2Sea

Shipping activities could be leaving Dong's business portfolio if the energy company is successful in divesting the offshore wind carrier A2Sea. This process has now been initiated, writes Danish newspaper Børsen.

A2Sea suffers multi-million dollar deficit in 2015

Offshore carrier A2Sea delivered a million dollar deficit in 2015, a big setback from 2014. The decline in the value of cable unit CT Offshore is one of the reasons behind the bad news, says management in the financial report. CT Offshore will now be liquidated.

Avis: Dong vil overveje bud på A2Sea

Dongs direktør for Wind Power fortæller i et interview med Berlingske, at han vil overveje et bud på rederiet A2Sea, som Dong ejer sammen med Siemens.

A2Sea lands its first order in Asia

The Danish carrier will transport turbines with a total capacity of four MW. Although modest, the order heralds a future offshore market in Asia, says the company.

A2Sea: Rates for 2017 and 2018 going up

Rates for specialized vessels for offshore-wind are slowly headed back up in 2017 and 2018, A2Sea CEO Jens Frederik Hansen tells ShippingWatch. But probably not as high as they have been in the past.

A2Sea: Declining daily rates will impact 2015 result

Danish offshore carrier A2Sea made a USD 34.4 million net result after taxes and, as expected, the carrier experienced a slight setback compared to the year before. Management projects a lower result for 2015 due to declining daily rates.

A2Sea benefits from wind order influx

Windmill carriers are cheering following the latest large order by the windmill industry. A2Sea tells ShippingWatch that the continuing influx of orders is extremely positive.

A2Sea: Far too many offshore installation vessels

The coming years will be challenging for suppliers to the windmill industry, says Jens Frederik Hansen, CEO of Danish windmill carrier A2Sea. The overcapacity in installation vessels is problematic.

A2Sea: We sell ourselves on knowledge and experience

2013 has been a solid year with several milestones so far for A2Sea. But fewer projects in the second half of 2014 and in 2015 together with a growing number of competitors means more challenging negotiations for the important contracts.

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