Svitzer kicks off 2021 with more questions than answers

Towage operator Svitzer faces an unpredictable year in which both the vaccine and Brexit could upend the entire business. Nevertheless, there are still factors that could trigger greater demand, says new managing director of Europe, Lise Demant.

Lise Demant, managing director at Svitzer Europe has never before embarked on a new year as difficult to predict as this one. | Photo: PR / Svitzer

Svitzer, Maersk's tug boat operator, embarks on a new year in which 2020's adaptability and agility could become decisive, says Lise Demant, newly appointed managing director of Svitzer Europe.

According to Demant, some factors make the towage industry hard to predict in the coming year.

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