Deugro wants to expand its wind division and is looking for personnel

Deugro wants to strengthen its wind energy division in Europe. This coincides with the company’s 100th anniversary this year.

“In recent years, wind energy and renewable energies have played an increasingly important role at deugro,” says Kasper Heiselberg, Head of Global Wind Renewable Industry at deugro.

deugro, Kasper Heiselberg
Kasper Heiselberg, Head of the Wind Division at deugro (© deugro)

Since 2003, a total of 214 onshore and offshore wind projects have been completed in more than 40 countries. In total, more than 4,000 wind turbines and 10 million freight tons have been moved in the last 20 years.

The logistics group, which also includes the Hamburg-based MPP shipping company dship, has its headquarters in Bremen. It is now planning to increase its workforce in the wind energy sector as part of a global growth strategy. Following the establishment of a wind energy department a few years ago, further investment is now to be made in the engineering and technical teams to develop the necessary products.

Deugro establishes hub for wind projects

Once completed at the end of this year, this hub will meet the needs of deugro’s customers in the onshore and offshore wind industry. It will provide unrestricted access for seagoing vessels and direct hinterland connections to German highways and the European rail network.

Deugro is a highly specialised project forwarder with a strong focus on turnkey logistics solutions for various industries. The company has more than 70 company-owned branches in more than 40 countries. Deugro was founded in Frankfurt am Main in 1924 and is a third-generation family business. Its divisions include project forwarding, sea transportation, transport and ship technology as well as special means of transport.

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Caption: B115 blades on the "Rotra Mare" leaving the port of Aalborg (© Deugro)