Esbjerg Port expects record results

Esbjerg Port is enjoying the benefits of the offshore growth in the North Sea which continues upward. As a consequence, Esbjerg Port expects to reach the record result of the 2011 yearly report.

The strong growth of the Danish offshore companies is pulling Esbjerg Havn further upwards.

“Offshore is growing and we are benefitting from this development. Life is a lot easier when the market is growing. The investments in the North Sea are at a historically high level and we are definitely feeling that,” says CEO of Esbjerg Port Ole Ingrisch.

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