Wind turbine shipping company unaffected by crisis

A2Sea has managed to escape the effects of the financial crisis, which has devastated many companies within the shipping industry. During the last few years, A2Sea has experienced steady employment and begun many new projects, says the CEO of the company in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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In the shipping company A2Sea, which since 2000 has been setting up sea-based wind turbines, a drop in activity has not been felt as a consequence of the financial crisis, rather the reverse.

“In connection with previous discussions on investing in new ships, a slight effect of the banking crisis was of course felt. But we do not notice that now due to our ownership conditions. We have actually not experienced a drop in activity during the crisis – rather the reverse,” says A2Sea CEO Jens Frederik Hansen.

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