Denmark’s Blue Water Shipping and Germany’s BREB founded a shipping and transport joint venture with main focus on servicing the offshore-wind industry in Germany.
The range of services at newly established Blue Water BREB GmbH is wide and includes port agency, stevedoring, loading, discharging, storage and transport. All its services are based on years of experience and expertise.
BREB owns and operates a fleet of multi-purpose vessels and has been active in the German offshore wind industry since 2008. Today the company is headquartered in Cuxhaven and has offices in Bremen, Sassnitz- Mukran and Zeebrugge.
BREB has joined forces with the international, Danish owned transport and logistics company Blue Water Shipping. Blue Water has been providing services to the wind industry, on- and offshore, for more than 20 years. The company is headquartered in Esbjerg, Denmark – the world’s biggest port for shipment of wind turbines – with more than 60 offices worldwide and numerous projects all over the world.
“Blue Water BREB has a unique set-up, combining the knowledge and expertise of two strong companies – and with this joint venture, we can now offer all types of transport and logistical services at all key locations for the German offshore wind industry,” states Arne Ehlers, Managing Director and Partner of BREB. “BREB entered the offshore wind industry with the first German wind farm, Alpha Ventus, in 2008 – and since then we have improved our experience and developed our services.”
At Blue Water Shipping, Founder and Managing Director Kurt Skov sees good opportunities for Blue Water BREB: “Blue Water Shipping brings solid expertise into Blue Water BREB, and we hold a strong international position in not only the Wind industry, but in the energy-section as such. Together with BREB, our main focus will be to offer solutions tailored to the needs and demands of each client – and thereby optimizing the clients’ supply chain.”
BREB setzt auf erfolgreiche Zusammenarbeit mit Mukran Ports
"Mein Schiff 3" am Steubenhöft in Cuxhaven
Quelle: BREB GmbH & Co. KG
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