Blue Water Shipping responds to service demand in Turkiye

Blue Water Shipping responds to service demand in Turkiye

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Blue Water Shipping is keeping a close eye on the market in Turkiye and is continuing its growth in the country with the opening of two new offices, one in Istanbul and one in Izmir. 

Both offices will offer a wide range of transport and logistics solutions, including Sea, Rail, Air, combined Sea & Air, Road Solutions as well as Courier & Parcel services, BWS said in its statement on Tuesday. Further, a dedicated team will handle Fair & Exhibitions logistics, while another local team of specialists will handle Industrial Projects.

“With the last couple of years’ challenges in global supply chain requirements, congestions, capacity shortage and high freight rates, more and more companies are looking for close-to-market sourcing. We see an increasing demand for high-quality service and solutions for the growing trade lane with production in Turkiye. Believing in local presence and global know-how, we are certain that the two new pins on the world map contribute to an important and close market reach“, says Palle Kamstrup, Global Director – Sea & Air, Blue Water.

Customised solution in the focus of Blue Water Shipping

The opening of the offices in Istanbul and Izmir will strengthen the growth journey which Blue Water is currently carrying out. Further, it will accommodate the need for reliable and high-quality logistics in a transport market affected by many external factors during recent years.

“I am excited to be assigned the responsibility for the Turkish business development. We have engaged with a highly experienced team, who will develop local and international relations to customers and suppliers on the strong foundation of the Blue Water values. We will be keeping our promises and always work together to create the best solution possible“, says Alper Türe, Managing Director of Blue Water Turkiye.

Blue Water is a global provider of tailor-made transport and modern logistics solutions specifically designed to meet the requirements of each customer. The company has 2,000 employees at 70 offices around the world. Areas of expertise cover Sea, Air, Courier & Parcel, Road, Project Transports, Port Service, Marine Logistics, Renewables as well as Reefer Logistics.

Would you like to hear more about how Turkiye is becoming a new production and export hub from projects in Europe and Africa, then register for the upcoming Project Cargo Summit online 2022 and tune in on September 28-30. Registration is free.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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