A2Sea: We are looking into a growing market

A2Sea is looking into a rapidly growing market, which in spite of increasing competition will provide plenty of work for the shipping company, says CEO Jens Frederik Hansen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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Unlike many other shipping companies, A2Sea has a very positive attitude toward the market in which the company will operate in the years to come. Though there will be more competition, there will also be more activity, explains CEO Jens Frederik Hansen to ShippingWatch.  

“We are looking into a very big market, a market that has been very difficult to quantify these first years. We have now arrived at the start-up phase, and investors have gotten their parks into regular operation, which has resulted in the need for a completely different kind of service than before. So they are looking at very big investments, and this is something we can help them with,” says Jens Frederik Hansen.

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