A2Sea: Ours ships should be covered by DIS flag

The shipping company A2Sea, which installs windmills, is positive toward the maritime growth team’s recommendation that maritime activities in relation to windmills at sea should be covered by the Danish International Ship Register.

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The growth team proposes to include maritime activities related to the installation of windmills in the Danish International Ship Register (DIS). This is good news to A2Sea, which has spent a decade installing windmills at sea.

In its list of suggestions for the maritime cluster in Denmark, the growth team points to a big potential for growth in the market for windmills at sea, which is why the section of the report concerned with the framework conditions and DIS includes the statement that “new growth areas, such as maritime activities related to windmills at sea, should be covered.”

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