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Blue Water receives large logistics contract

Blue Water receives large logistics contract

05-06-2016 12:00:00


The Danish company DEIF which produces environmentally friendly energy management devices, has signed a logistics contract with Blue Water. In the future, Blue Water will handle approximately 15,000 shipments a year that will be distributed globally

"We pick up the cargo at DEIF and distribute it globally. Before sending it off we provide annotation and storage of cargo in our warehouses. There will often be express and urgent consignments. Therefore our setup suits the job because we can transport the cargo swiftly," says Kasper B. Olsen of Blue Water Billund.

DEIF is family owned and has over 640 employees and 16 subsidiaries distributed in Europe, Asia and the Americas. The company's energy management devices are supplied to various industries worldwide.

"One of our main criteria for transport is that the quality of our products are complied with. We wanted a partner that can provide us with that security. Therefore, it is important that our partners are ISO certified," says Thomas Ryberg Pedersen as Strategic Purchaser DEIF.

Logistics Agreement covers both import and export consignments by sea - and air transport.

Source: Blue Water Shipping / Maritime Denmark


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