Maersk's offshore carrier wants to participate in booming wind market: "We're strongly positioned"

Offshore carrier Maersk Supply Service, currently strained by a tight oil market, sees a growing part of its business coming from offshore wind in coming years. "We're strongly positioned for this market," managing director of offshore renewables tells ShippingWatch.

Managing Director Offshore Renewables Jonas Agerskov and Maersk Supply Service aim to bring in more business from other business areas than oil and gas. | Photo: Maersk Supply Service

A.P. Møller-Maersk's offshore shipping company sees great opportunities in a fast-growing market for offshore wind, which is predicted to have a golden future.

Those prospects have already led offshore service ship operators such as Esvagt to increase their focus on the offshore wind market, just as dry bulk shipping company Scorpio Bulkers recently made itself noticed when it announced plans to order new vessels capable of installing major offshore turbines.

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