Port of Esbjerg sees favorable market until 2020

The Port of Esbjerg's new ten-year strategy draws an optimistic picture for the large North Sea port, which expects a promising market all the way until 2020. New management and Board of Directors from 2014 to ensure the aim. 

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Following a ten-year plan that has included investments in the port of Esbjerg of around USD 180 million, the large North Sea port on the west coast of Denmark has outlined the developments in its new strategy for the next ten years. And this strategy makes it clear that the port is highly confident about growing in its three core areas: wind, oil and gas, and ro-ro.

In the latest edition of the port's magazine Hav & Kaj, Chairman Flemming N. Enevoldsen talks about the strategy:

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