Fayard: Polish yards put pressure on repairs

A significant expansion of activities at Polish shipyards in the Gdansk region puts pressure on the repair yards in Northern Europe, Thomas Andersen, owner of Fayard.

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Competition among repair yards in Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea region, which has led Dutch Damen to shut down the Shiprepair Götaverken yard in Gothenurg, is characterized by a fierce price pressure, caused especially by increasing activity among the Polish shipyards, says Thomas Andersen, CEO and owner of Fayard, which due to its location at the former Danish Lindoe yard, with its massive dock capacity, ranks among the biggest shipyards in Northern Europe.

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