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Martin Bencher Group Newsletter - week 46

Editorial

Meet Us At POWER-GEN in Orlando, Florida


The US POWER-GEN is just around the corner. Together with our US Team from Houston, Kansas, LA and New Jersey, we are ready to meet you in Orlando at our booth #3262 – from December 4-6, 2018.
 
The energy topics and trends this year is: Where CONVENTIONAL Meets RENEWABLE – with focus on technology, innovation and project logistics. We will discuss the future of electricity generation, including the balance between traditional and renewable sources.
 
Martin Bencher has a 20 year well known track record for the power and conventional energy and we focus on developing innovative solutions every day to support our customers. We are doing large scale projects around the World, and we are proud to be a professional partner of the top global companies within this sector.  
 
In the last 6 years, our strategy has been to develop the renewable segment, and our global team has certainly succeeded. Both on the onshore and the offshore wind power – Martin Bencher has proven to be a strong and reliable partner to our clients. With large projects such as ARKONA Offshore Windfarm and Bligh Bank II Offshore Windfarm, we have established a global team of wind experts to support the development within renewables. Naturally, the offshore wind in USA is about to kick off – and we plan to be a strong team player on this market as well – with know-how and innovation.  
 
To show the variety of projects we do here at Martin Bencher – please click to watch the two videos below – CONVENTIONAL and RENEWABLE.        
I will be looking forward to meeting you in Orlando. You are very welcome to contact me to set up a meeting or if you want to discuss energy topics and trends.


Best regards,

Jeppe Frank, CCO
jeppe.frank@martin-bencher.com
+45 69 133 825

Martin Bencher News

November 2018, Martin Bencher handled a transport from Poland to GMP container terminal in Le Havre, France.

Cargo was 12 fully erected straddle carriers type ESC 450 – each measuring 11,05 x 5,18 x 16,46 m and weighed 74,4 tons. Moreover, cargo included 2 pallets of accessories.

In total, 14 units were transported with a total weight of 893,2 tons, 11.307,10 cbm. Click here to read more. 

Shipping and Industry News

Trump’s China Cold War Yields Hard Look at Global Supply Chains
The U.S. and China are on the brink of a new Cold War, with experts such as former U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson warning of a new "Economic Iron Curtain" between the world's two largest economies. Read more here. 
Retail Imports Remain Strong Ahead of Tariff Increase
Retail Imports Remain Strong Ahead of Tariff Imports have usually dropped off significantly by this time of year but we’re still seeing numbers that could have set records in the past. Read more here
Asia Steps Up the Fight for Fair Treatment of Seafarers
Asia’s leading seafaring nations have greed Guidelines on the Fair Treatment of Seafarers as they join forces to protect seafarers. Read more here
Robots Are Coming – to Clean Cargo Holds
Robots could soon take over and simplify the laborious and, at times, dangerous and time-consuming, process of cleaning cargo holds of dry bulk vessels. Read more here
Maersk Say Bunker Surcharges Fail to Fully Cover Fuel Cost Increases in Q3
AP Moller - Maersk says that despite the introduction of an emergency bunker surcharge it is not recovering the full cost of increased fuel prices. Read more here
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