Erria secures large contract with Ørsted

Erria, which has been struggling to survive for some years now, has secured a contract with power company Ørsted potentially worth more than USD 60m. CEO Henrik Andersen expects negative equity to soon lie in the past, he tells ShippingWatch.

CEO Henrik Andersen, Erria. | Photo: PR FOTO

It’s been a long time since Danish shipping company Erria has announced big positive news that really made a difference for the firm’s quite strained financials.

But after compatriot power company Ørsted reassessed the agreement on technical management of the fleet of two ships and four barges used by the company, Erria can now celebrate that it will once again handle technical and crew management of this fleet.

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