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Blue Water Shipping believes in the market for offshore wind

Blue Water Shipping recognizes many of the conclusions in a report about the shipping- and logistics market related to offshore wind mills – and the company sees a large potential in the future of the market.

Blue Water Shipping agrees with many of the conclusions in a report about the shipping- and logistics market for offshore wind mills. Many new players have entered the market for the transportation of wind mills, and more will probably join in the future, says Jacob Kjaergaard, Head of Offshore Wind in Blue Water Shipping, to ShippingWatch.

“We’ve worked with wind mills for many years – since 1995, to be exact, and we are still doing transportations for the major manufacturers, just as we’re deeply involved in the offshore wind mills that are shipped out from the Port of Esbjerg. It’s true that a lot of companies are trying to become part of the segment for offshore wind mills, and it’s true that more subcontractors are joining the segment, just as shipping companies are specializing in transportation or installations,” says Jacob Kjaergaard.

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