Cadeler CEO eyes acquisition wave in offshore market: "There are opportunities for growth"

Cadeler has gone through major changes in the past few years, and 2021 will be "super busy" for the wind carrier as well. CEO Mikkel Gleerup is open to acquisitions in a market that is expected to face consolidation.

Mikkel Gleerup has held the CEO role at Cadeler for roughly four years. | Photo: Cadeler Mikkel Gleerup

With over 15 years of experience in the offshore sector, Mikkel Gleerup would be one to attest to the fact that things are moving more quickly than ever in the fast-growing market.

Cadeler's offices on the seventh floor of the Copenhagen headquarters are indicative of the growing pains and the expectations that characterize the industry. With a staff of around 70, it's necessary to get the most out of the space.

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