Erria and Dong launch collaboration for offshore vessels

Erria has signed a contract with Dong Energy concerning inspection of offshore vessels for the energy company, which frequently finds itself facing peak workloads when establishing new offshore wind farms.

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Consulting and shipmanagement company Erria has secured a new contract for Dong Energy. The company has worked for Dong for years in various other fields.

The new contract concerns safety inspections on Dong's fleet of offshore service vessels, which are used for offshore wind farm installations.

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