Swire Blue Ocean: New strategy in the pipeline

The decline in offshore wind will impact Swire Blue Ocean in 2014. In coming years, however, the carrier's wind-turbine giants are fully booked and the company is currently laying out the strategy for the future, CEO Lars Blicher tells ShippingWatch.
Photo: Swire
Photo: Swire

The offshore market for wind is changing, and for this reason the wind turbine carrier Swire Blue Ocean is currently assessing how the company should look in a couple of years in order to maintain its position, and not least to grow, says CEO Lars Blicher in an interview with ShippingWatch at the company's offices in Copenhagen.

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