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Hvide Sande-shipyard changes name

Hvide Sande-shipyard changes name

30-06-2015 08:00:00


Hvide Sande Shipping and Baadebyggeri has existed since 1950 under this name, and since then, companies like Seasight Steel and Seasight Action have come along. It has been decided to combine the three departments under one common name that clearly indicates which tasks can be handled.

The company's new name is Hvide Sande Shipyard, Steel and Service. In connection with the name change, a new logo and a brand new website have been designed. HVSA.DK supports the new profile. The changes have been continuously implemented over the past few days and will be ready on 1 July.

With a central location for comprehensive activities in the North Sea, Hvide Sande Shipyard, Steel and Service has built and serviced ships and produced advanced steel - and aluminum structures on a high, documentable level for many years.

The company develops and manufactures high-quality solutions for the biggest companies in the offshore industry and provide services in and around Hvide Sande harbor and has great ambitions for creating growth, also internationally.

Source: Hvide Sande Shipyard, Steel and Service / Maritime Denmark


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