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Esvagt CEO expects steady flow of orders following US offshore joint venture

Following a new joint venture with US-based logistics and shipping company Crowley, Esvagt is ready to enter the competition for contracts in the US offshore wind industry. The Danish shipping company is already working on an offer for oil giant Equinor, reveals CEO Peter Lytzen.

A celebration awaits once the coronavirus allows for it, says the CEO of shipping company Esvagt, Peter Lytzen, who paved the way for a joint venture with US-based logistics and shipping company Crowley. | Photo: Esvagt PR

Danish shipping company Esvagt is ready to take advantage of the boom that is expected in the offshore wind industry in the US.

So says the company’s CEO, Peter Lytzen, in an interview with EnergyWatch following the announcement of a new joint venture in Florida with US-based logistics and shipping company Crowley.

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