Beyond Brexit. The Scots allied themselves to Ravenna’s Rosetti

  Beyond Brexit.  The Scots allied themselves to Ravenna's Rosetti

Rosetti Marino has set up a joint venture with Global Energy Group, a veteran in the Scotland-based sector. The two groups have signed a five-year agreement with expansion options, which provides for the coordination of the Nigde shipyard owned by the Aberdeen Group, which includes Rosetti Shipyards in the Port of Ravenna. Cooperation in participation in upcoming tenders in the UK is embedded and hence the British government’s goal of online 40 GW offshore wind capacity by 2040, in the production of large steel structures (from wind towers to floating platforms). “Beyond the protectionist push given by Brexit, which will push to acquire manufacturing manufactured in the UK – said by GIG CEO Tim Cornelius by London’s exclusive site recharge – it’s clear that everything with internal information Cannot be completed, and the agreement with Rosetti may respond to this need ». The joint venture marks a development for Rosetti in terms of renewal, but most beaten by the Ravenna-based company in the extraction of hydrocarbons. Gaya area will also certify.

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