DOF Subsea bags new contracts for more than NOK 1 billion

In the first two months of the year, DOF Subsea has secured contracts totaling more than NOK 1 billion. The latest orders are for projects in the Atlantic and North Sea.

Norwegian offshore shipping company DOF Subsea has won two new orders, bringing the company's combined order intake to more than NOK 1 billion (USD 115 million) in the first two months of the year alone, according to a notice filed with the Oslo Stock Exchange.

"I am pleased with the magnitude of the contract awards and our global organization's ability to secure utilization for the Group’s assets in a challenging market," says CEO Mons S. Aase in the notice.

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