ABOUT US

Sabik Offshore’s headquarters is located in Schwerin, the enchanting capital of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. This city, nestled between seven lakes, offers not only an inspiring working environment, but also a beautiful mix of culture, nature and quality of life.

Our location in Schwerin is not only the administrative hub of our company, but also the central point for research & development and production. With over 60 dedicated employees, we contribute to strengthening Sabik Offshore as a leading company in offshore wind and rely on close cooperation and continuous innovation.
As a globally leading company, we are not only present in Schwerin, but also have a location in Copenhagen, Denmark, as well as a production site through our subsidiary Weissenborn in Vejle, Denmark. We also have branches in Scotland, the Netherlands, the USA, Canada, Japan and Singapore.

SCHWERIN & MECKLENBURG-VORPOMMERN

We work where others spend their vacations. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has a rich history, picturesque landscapes and the Baltic Sea on its doorstep. The state in the north-east of Germany is known for its diverse flora and fauna, which is protected by numerous national parks and nature reserves.
As the state capital of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Schwerin offers a romantic insight into history. As the former center of power of the Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, today’s city hosts many well-preserved districts such as the Old Town, the Schelfstadt and the Zippendorf spa district with numerous historically listed buildings.
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DENMARK

Our Glostrup offices, nestled near the heart of Copenhagen, not only offer a stunning backdrop but also holds a welcoming meeting space where collaboration thrives. Our talented group here are dedicated professionals from the Sales, Support, and Product Development departments.
Our subsidiary, Weissenborn sits in Vejle. A city with natural beauty, cultural richness, and economic opportunities. Weissenborn produces aluminum structures, specifically handrails for offshore wind platforms.