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Bladt and Blue Water five-year agreement

Bladt and Blue Water five-year agreement

15-01-2017 10:00:00


Over the course of the next five years all Bladt Industries A/S' internal heavy load transports at Lindø will be carried out by Blue Water Shipping. The contract, which was published last week, is a five-year framework contract which strengthens Blue Water's presence at Lindø.

"We take care of the internal transport for Bladt with SPMT and trailer. The goods are different types of components, which can have a weight of up to several hundred tons. We have a good and close cooperation with Bladt, which only becomes further strengthened with the signing of this contract," says Kim Thygesen, who is responsible for Blue Water's activities at Lindø.

Since Blue Water Lindø was established in 2011, the office has distinguished itself as a positive development. The operations and activities accounts for transport, stevedoring, port agency and other port-related tasks and the handling and transport of heavy units of up to 1,000 tons.

Blue Water's former cooperation with Bladt Industries accounts for port handling, stevedoring and agency in connection with the Wikinger offshore wind farm as well as a variety of services in connection with the construction of the pedestrian bridge in Odense.

Source: Blue Water Shipping / Maritime Denmark


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