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.

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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.

According to Lars Blicher, the coming years look good for the young carrier, which is a subsidiary of Singapore-based Swire Pacific Offshore, and for the first time the carrier could note a positive bottom line result of USD 9.2 million in 2013 which was also the year where the company's two large installation vessels Osprey and Ocra became operational.

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