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Esbjerg Harbour accelerates investment

Esbjerg Harbour accelerates investment

31-03-2016 12:00:00


Esbjerg Harbour must declare everything sold out when it comes to areas and berth, and therefore the port now accelerates an extension of the East Harbour, an investment of 84 million kroner. The new port section will be 250,000 square meters.

"We move a million investment from somewhere in the future to this year because there is so much demand for doing business within the port," said Flemming Enevoldsen, chairman of Esbjerg Harbour.

Esbjerg was expanded three years ago with the East Harbour, which shipped offshore wind turbines. One of the first companies that moved into the East Harbour in 2013 was MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, which recently agreed with Esbjerg that the company will more than double its leased area from 54,200 to 138,200 square meters. The extra space will be used for assembly and shipment of components for offshore wind turbines. Furthermore, an additional quay ensures that the company can implement several projects simultaneously.

Source: dr.dk / Maritime Denmark


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