Esvagt entering wind market in earnest

The orders for two specialized ships for servicing of windmill parks constitute a major new step for Esvagt, says CEO Søren Nørgaard Thomsen to ShippingWatch.

It has long been under discussion and now it is finally happening. Esvagt is entering the wind market and has ordered two specialized ships which will provide services to two windmill parks in the North Sea and the Baltic, says CEO of the partly Maersk-owned company Esvagt, Søren Nørgaard Thomsen, to ShippingWatch.

“This order confirms that we are entering the wind segment in earnest and we show that we will also be a player in the offshore wind segment. We now have one more segment to rely on in the company, and this is actually the largest contract in the history of Esvagt so that is significant too,” says Thomsen.

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