A2SEA takes first step into Asia

A2Sea will be the first European installation ship in Asia to install wind turbines in the region. This is only the beginning, says the CEO, but there are fierce battles ahead in both east and west.

At the end of September, A2Sea received an order to install two offshore wind turbines and their corresponding foundations in Asia. It might sound like a small step for the service company, which over the last 13 years has helped to install 30 of the world's largest offshore wind farms. On the other hand, it can also be seen as a major opportunity.

The two windmills will be constructed off the coast of Taiwan, and they represent more than simply A2Sea's first order in the country. It was also the first order for a European service company in the Asian market, which is expected to become the world's largest offshore wind farm market in a few years.

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