Van Oord acquires Bilfinger offshore wind business to expand focus on German market

Madeleine Cuff
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Van Oord acquires Bilfinger offshore wind business to expand focus on German market

Marine engineer agrees to buy offshore wind arm of German firm to bolster its position in German market

Dutch marine engineering giant Van Oord has struck a deal to buy Bilfinger's offshore wind division for an undisclosed sum, in a move the firm hopes will strengthen its position in the German offshore...

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