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NorSea Group acquires wind power company ØER

Staff writer ▼ | October 3, 2015
Through its wholly owned Danish subsidiary Danbor, NorSea Group has acquired the Danish wind power company Øer.
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Acquisition   NorSea Group is off to a positive start in wind power
NorSea Group finds the wind power market in general and offshore wind especially to be a market experiencing strong growth. Going forward there will be a strong need for services, within both installation and maintenance. We want to be competitive within this market.

oth NorSea Group and its owners (Wilh. Wilhemsen, Eidesvik and Møkster) have extensive expertise, infrastructure and equipment that we wish to utilise for the wind power market, especially offshore wind.

ØER was founded in 1963 and carries out business in Denmark, Germany, the UK and France. It has developed solid experience and expertise within all types of technical maintenance, repair work and installation of wind turbines. The company has 120 employees and has entered into contracts with the key players in the market.

ØER has the capacity, expertise and network to ensure that NorSea Group gets off to a positive start as this emerging market continues to develop.

ØER will continue to operate as an independent company, wholly owned by NorSea Group's Danish subsidiary Danbor. Danbor is NorSea Group's Centre of Excellence within wind power and has extensive experience of logistics, service and inspection of wind turbines.

With 120 new wind power specialists, the group is gaining incredible strength within this market.