Vestas shot down by Swedish investors – now full of regret

Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has long sought after a heavyweight industry shareholder as major investor, but when Chairman Bert Nordberg was knocking on doors in 2012, nobody was interested.


For quite a while, Vestas Chairman Bert Nordberg has wanted to recruit a long-term major shareholder into Vestas' group of owners with a stake of 15-20 percent.

The chairman has many times repeated this desire since he took over the board in 2012, and he reiterates the wish in an interview with Swedish media Dagens Industry this Wednesday.

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