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Axis Offshore CEO: We have to keep growing

Lauritzen and HitecVision's one year old Axis Offshore has almost tripled its number of employees since it was established. The company's CEO, Jesper Kragh Andersen, talks to ShippingWatch about the prospects for the company.

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SINGAPORE:

With the same kind of confidence he uses when making his choice off the menu, Jesper Krag Andersen speaks without hesitation about the construction of the company's first flotel when ShippingWatch meets the Axis Offshore CEO for lunch in the middle of Singapore's bustling business district.

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