Havfram wants to build a whole fleet of wind installation vessels

Norwegian wind service operator Havfram is in the process of ordering its first wind turbine installation vessel after a US owner has come on board. The goal is to have an entire fleet of such vessels, says CEO.

Ingrid Due-Gundersen is spearheading Norwegian wind service operator Havfram, which has received a new main owner. | Photo: Studio Hjelm

Havfram has received a new and well-capitalized majority owner after the Norwegian wind service operator offloaded its subsea business to instead bank heavily on the rapidly growing market for installing and servicing offshore wind turbines.

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