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Martin Bencher Group Newsletter - week 36

Editorial

New corridors of project cargo flows, Wind Offshore

 
In Martin Bencher Group global set-up, we have strategically identified 7 business areas to service within the project logistics industry.
We are prioritizing and directing resources to maintain and further develop our strong business foundation on the 7 business areas, but we will continue to serve all. 
 
One of the strategic business areas are Renewables – and within this business area, we expect to see a continuous boom in activity within the Wind Offshore logistics demand.
 
Our performance track record within Wind Offshore Logistics already include delivery of 400ton nacelles and 82m blades, delivery of foundations, transition pieces (solutions both by shipment vertically and horizontally) – and also performing global logistics services on all type supply chain components (moulds, steel structures etc).
 
Related to especially the emerging markets within Wind Offshore logistics industry (e.g. Taiwan, Korea, China, Australia, Japan, France and USA), we see right now new corridors of project cargo component flows.

We also recognize and welcome the growing global cooperation between the wind offshore companies, working together with the type of global offshore companies who historically have been used to service and deliver steel structures or other solutions, e.g. to the Oil and Gas industry or to Infrastructure Industry.  

We see a great commercial potential in this part of the Renewables business area and we believe strongly to be able to deliver great value to you - our clients and partners - on offering project oriented logistics solutions, share essential knowledge and experience in the ‘new’ corridors in order to efficiently, timely and competitively organize the ‘new’ cargo flows.

We will do all we can - to be top of mind with you - as to who to call - when you need logistics services within the wind offshore industry.
 
Martin Bencher Group will be present at the Wind Energy Expo in Hamburg 25-28th September
Martin Bencher Group will be present at the 4th Asia Offshore Wind Day in Taipei 18-19th September

Thank you for your cooperation and support.

Best regards,
Jørgen Hougaard, COO 
joergen.hougaard@martin-bencher.com | + 45 69 133 826

Martin Bencher News

Meet Martin Bencher team at WindEnergy!


Martin Bencher Group will be participating at WindEnergy Hamburg from September 25th - 28th.

You will be able to meet our CEO, COO, CCO, our Wind Department and delegates from different Martin Bencher offices worldwide. 

We look forward meeting you at our stand B1.EG.221

Structures from Malaysia to USA



Recently MB Malaysia and MB Houston handled a project of structures from Port Klang, Malaysia to Charleston, USA.
 
Total weight:                149,129 Kgs
Total volume                972.82 m3
Heaviest unit:               22 tons
 
A job well done!

Shipping News

Maersk Tankers installs two rotor sails on vessel to cut fuel costs
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Hamburg Receives Approval to Dredge the Elbe
The long-fought legal battle over the deepening of the Elbe may be nearing an end. The Port of Hamburg announced Thursday that it has received regulatory approval for the giant project, its top infrastructure priority, and it can now engage contractors to move ahead with work immediately. 
US Criticizes Russia for ‘Harassing International Shipping’
Russia has delayed hundreds of commercial vessels since April and in recent weeks has stopped at least 16 commercial ships attempting to reach Ukrainian ports, according to the latest information released by the U.S. Department of State.

Industry News

Pushing the edge in container handling through technology
The container shipping industry is becoming increasingly competitive and complicated and leading terminal operators such as Hutchison Ports are taking steps through the use of technology to serve their customers better as well as cut down inefficiencies.
Revolution needed in marine propulsion to meet IMO's 50% greenhouse gas reduction target
To meet the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) ambitious target of a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is going to require a revolution in the propulsion systems used by the shipping industry.
APM Terminals Now Using Drones for Safety and Security
APM Terminals has started using drones for safety, security and to drive operational efficiency at the group's inland services facilities in San Antonio and Santiago, Chile.
Have you ever visited our office in Kristiansand, Norway?
 
Just on the very tip of Norway, on route E39 from Denmark, we have our great Kristiansand office connecting the Nordics to the rest of the world.

Our team of four highly qualified employees in the office is Paulina in operations, Kari-Anne as Country Manager, Angelika in Business development and Monica in operations.

Feel free to contact them anytime to discuss solutions on Project Management, freight forwarding and project airfreight. In cooperation with our 26 offices worldwide – we create global solutions!
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