"Mismatch" forced Eneti to call off major installation vessel order

It was a ”mismatch” between the customer and the US shipyard that recently lead to a cancellation of Eneti’s major order for an installation vessel going to the US market, says President and Director Robert Bugbee to ShippingWatch.

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Wind carrier Eneti halting the delivery of the company’s third large installation ship was due to a ”mismatch” between the customer and the US shipyard which was to do the job.

This is the explanation given by Robert Bugbee, Eneti’s president and director, after the Scorpio group’s large wind venture suddenly canceled the last of the three major wind installation vessels that was in the carrier’s pipeline.

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