CT Offshore's fleet fully booked for 2014

Cable company CT Offshore has won a new contract from Dong Energy. The order means that the company's fleet is now fully booked for 2014, CEO Jens Frederik Hansen tells ShippingWatch.

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2014 now looks even more promising for CT Offshore as the company has signed a new contract with Dong Energy. The company will install cables and bury inter-array cables at one of Germany's biggest offshore wind farms, Borkum Riffgrund 1 OWF.

And the order plays a significant role for CT Offshore, says CEO Jens Frederik Hansen in a mail to ShippingWatch.

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