Suppliers not affected by Dong decline

Selling of non-core activities and prioritisation of forward-looking investments are not sources of unrest among Dong’s suppliers within oil, gas and wind.

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In spite of a comprehensive austerity plan resulting in a loss of 600 jobs and plans of big-scale selling, several suppliers to the oil, gas and wind activities in Dong, to whom ShippingWatch has spoken, are not concerned about the consequences of high deficits in the company’s third quarter financial report.

“Dong considers oil, wind and gas as the big growth areas of the future so we are not worried. We receive a lot of inquiries from Dong and we have not felt a thing”, a source from a major supplier to the Danish state-owned energy company says.

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