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deugro Expands Presence in Denmark with a Second Branch Office in Aarhus

In a strategic move aimed at enhancing client proximity and bolstering its workforce, deugro Danmark A/S is set to inaugurate its second branch in Aarhus, Denmark on November 1, 2023. This expansion comes on the heels of the 20th-anniversary celebration of the well-established Herning branch earlier this year.

The upcoming office in Aarhus signifies a significant milestone in the sustained growth of deugro Denmark, evident in its burgeoning client base and a string of successful project completions. It will play a pivotal role in advancing deugro group’s global expansion strategy in the wind and renewables sector, allied industries, and nascent markets, unlocking new business potentials. This move underscores the office’s crucial position within deugro group’s worldwide wind organization.

Hans Henrik Groen, Country Manager and Managing Director of deugro Denmark, expressed, “Opening a second branch office is a natural evolution of what we have already seen over the last two decades in project logistics, especially within the dynamic realms of wind and renewables. Our foremost objective is to bolster our clients’ growth aspirations, positioning deugro Denmark as their trusted ally, delivering value across the board. This involves realizing the shared vision of providing secure, high-performing, and cost-effective logistics solutions.”

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Kasper Heiselberg, Global Head of Wind at deugro group, emphasized, “To achieve these goals, having the right presence and location, along with the most crucial resource – skilled and adept employees – is a pivotal lever for future success.”

Presently, deugro in Denmark boasts a team of 20 professionals hailing from the project forwarding industry, collectively wielding over 130 years of industry experience. Since 2003, they have successfully executed a staggering 214 onshore and offshore wind projects in over 40 countries across five continents. In totality, this endeavor has seen the movement of more than 4,000 wind turbines and a whopping 10,000,000 freight tons in the past two decades.

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