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BWS and Vestas in German cooperation

BWS and Vestas in German cooperation

04-07-2017 14:00:00


Blue Water and Vestas have entered a long-term cooperation in Cuxhaven, Germany. The agreement includes stewedoring, terminal management, coordination of port arrivals and car loading. The Blue Water BREB GmbH consortium will be responsible for daily operations.

"We are pleased to offer our assistance and for the expansion of the good cooperation with Vestas. Our newly established joint venture in Cuxhaven delivers both years of experience and a unique setup for the German wind industry. With a common focus on solving any challenge for our customers, we will deliver first-rate service and solutions to Vestas," says Brian Sørensen, Development Director of Wind Logistics in Blue Water.

Blue Water BREB GmbH works closely with the local company Ambau regarding the use of cranes and storage space.

"We are looking forward to the expansion of our good and longstanding cooperation with Blue Water to include Cuxhaven. As our new port to Germany, Cuxhaven is an extremely important port for Vestas and for the German market," says Moritz Zimmermann, Head of EMEA Transport, Vestas.

Source: Blue Water Shipping / Maritime Denmark


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