"As part of its growth strategy and to further improve its client proximity, as well as to attract and hire new employees, deugro Danmark A/S will open its second branch in Aarhus, Denmark on November 1, 2023. This second branch marks a further expansion of the well-established branch in Herning, which celebrated its 20th anniversary on January 1, 2023.
The new office is another milestone reflecting the continuous positive business development of deugro Denmark, the branch’s steadily growing number of clients, and successfully completed projects. It will support and strengthen deugro group’s global growth strategy in the field of wind and renewables, related industries, and new emerging markets, as well as business potential. In this regard, deugro Denmark will play a critical role as one of the leading offices, working closely with deugro group’s global wind organization.
“Opening a second branch office is a natural evolution of what we have already seen over the last two decades when it comes to project logistics within wind and renewables, but also now within emerging market potentials of other business verticals. Our primary and clear objective is supporting clients in their growth ambitions and having deugro Denmark as their trusted partner delivering added value in all aspects. In particular fulfilling the joint ambitions of delivering safe, high-performance and cost-beneficial logistics solutions,” said Hans Henrik Groen, Country Manager and Managing Director, deugro Denmark.
“To achieve these goals, having the right presence and location, and having the most important raw material, namely professional and competent employees, is a vital lever for future success,” stated Kasper Heiselberg, Global Head of Wind, deugro group.
Today, deugro in Denmark employs 20 professionals from the project forwarding industry, who have an aggregated experience of more than 130 years in the business and industry. A total of 214 onshore and offshore wind projects have successfully been completed since 2003—in more than 40 countries and on five continents. All in all, more than 4,000 wind turbines and 10,000,000 freight tons have been moved over the last 20 years."