’Esvagt Connector’ joined the inauguration of the East Port

Press release   •   Sep 20, 2013 15:35 CEST

The first vessel standing out of the new Esbjerg East Port was ’Esvagt Connector’.

ESVAGT is strongly interested in expanding its business in wind energy, so it was very appropriate that ’Esvagt Connector’ and ’Esvagt Beta’ dropped by when Esbjerg inaugurated the new East Port.

The East Port has been built for present and future wind turbine industry and is a new harbour area of 650,000 sq m and a total of 1 km quay side. In other words, it is going to be an important part of the market area that ESVAGT will invest more work in, and therefore ESVAGT was represented at the inauguration among other shipping companies.

- ”Esvagt Connector” was ready when Johnny Søtrup, the mayor of Esbjerg, and Henrik Dam Kristensen, the then minister for transport, cut the ribbon, which was to mark the inauguration of the new East Port.

”Esvagt Connector” had the honour of hooting in celebration of the inauguration and was the first vessel to stand out of the harbour, says Anette Sørensen, managing assistant in ESVAGT.

After that 'Esvagt Beta' and 'Esvagt Connector' invited those on board who were interested in an open ship arrangement in the Dock Port.

ESVAGT is a dedicated provider of safety and support at sea, founded on an experienced and well-trained offshore crew and unmatched rescue capabilities.

We support the offshore Oil & Gas industries with a wide range of specialized services: Standby, Emergency Response and Resque Vessels (ERRV), Oil spill response, Firefighting, Tanker assists, Rig moves, Supply services and Interfield transfer of cargo and personnel.

In 2010, ESVAGT brought the dedicated offshore wind Service Operation Vessels (SOV) to the market. The SOVs provide accommodation for up to 40 technicians, storage for small turbine parts and a workshop, plus personnel and equipment transfer capabilities by either Walk-to-Work gangway system or Safe Transfer Boats.

ESVAGT was founded in 1981 and has a fleet of more than 40 vessels and more than 900 employees on- and offshore.