Strong global development in Wind Logistics Observed by Blue Water Shipping
The wind segment has undergone a strong, positive development for many years – and it seems that this development is certainly not losing momentum. Many new investors are coming, and we experience a global growth that matches Blue Water’s strategies and values.
As Blue Water cannot be everywhere, we put a lot of energy into analysing the markets, creating an overview and selecting the tasks and projects where we see that we can bring our expertise and experience into play – and thus creating the most value to customers in the best way.
When it comes to logistics and transport, we have a good and verified product that can create value – not only in a geographical area, but globally. It allows us to keep up with customers and projects around the world. In this way, we combine our strong knowledge of the trade and competencies with local players and partners – and that collaboration helps us to execute transport and logistics projects in a safe and efficient way that benefits all parties involved.
Since the nineties, when Blue Water became really involved in the transport for the wind industry, based in Esbjerg and Europe, we have developed our set-up and competencies through participation in projects in the USA, South America, Asia and Australia.
“The focal point is the customer demand for flexibility, security, quality, experience and a strong solution-oriented work mentality. And that is what Blue Water has always centred on, and what we will continue to focus on in the future”, says Jacob Kjærgaard, Regional Director Europe Energy & Projects, Blue Water.
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