North Atlantic logistics solutions
Blue Water Shipping has offered tailor made logistics and transport solutions, and unique personal service, in the North Atlantic region since the 1980s.
Services offered by the company include transport of equipment and packaging for trawlers and loading/unloading of the vessels. All tasks are carried out by experienced in-house experts from Blue Water’s offices in the Faroe Islands (Torshavn), Iceland (Reykjavik and Seydisfjordur), Greenland (Nuuk, Sisimiut and Ilulissat), and in close cooperation with agents throughout the North Atlantic.
“We concentrate a great deal on the fishing industry in the North Atlantic area, and our transport and logistics solutions for this industry are a core business for Blue Water Shipping. With more than 300 reefer trailers in Europe and 40 years’ experience we are experts in the field of unique transport solutions. We always aim to ensure our clients’ satisfaction, and we have specialists with local knowledge and expertise located in different areas of the North Atlantic”, says general manager for Blue Water Shipping Aalborg, Ole Bøgh Ulriksen.
Among a number of services, Blue Water Shipping manages and provides:
- Loading/unloading of trawlers
- Freight/handling of packaging and equipment
- Express airfreight deliveries
- Storage and transportation in cooling and freezing facilities
- Order tracking system
- Tailor made solutions
Blue Water Shipping
DanFish International 2013
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