Aker Offshore Wind continues to lose money

The Aker group's offshore wind company, spun off last year and now in the process of restructuring, closes the first quarter with its bottom-line result still in deficit.

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After being established as a company independent of its parent group last year, Aker Offshore Wind is still working on building up its business, which is why the group's profit remains negative at the close of the first quarter.

The company books a bottom-line result of NOK 52.5 million (USD 6.3 million), shows the interim report.

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