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In connection with the good development of Blue Water Copenhagen, the office has experienced a need to extend its office facilities
We believe that this development is a direct consequence of being close to our clients
After years of increasing activity, Blue Water Copenhagen has extended its office facilities. The culmination came in 2014, when the office delivered a record turnover and profit for the fourth year in a row. The development has created a need for many new employees.
"Our organic growth and increase in our activities have changed our needs in relation to office facilities. We need more space for our many new colleagues. We had 60 employees four years ago and today we have almost 100", says Lars Tue Toftild, General Manager of Blue Water Copenhagen.
Blue Water Copenhagen primarily handles road, sea and air transports for small and large local clients and within the area of air freight, they have become one of the largest providers in Denmark.
"We have experienced significant growth in all our business areas, and we believe that this development is a direct consequence of being close to our clients. It enables us to carry out a close dialogue and adapt our business to the needs of our clients. We are good at keeping our clients and grow with them, and in addition, we have experienced a noticeable intake in the amount of new clients" says Lars Tue Toftild.
Around 100 clients, suppliers and friends of the house participated in the celebration of the new facilities. The programme for the day included a tour of the office where each department served specialities from their specific markets. Both Blue Water's Managing Director, Kim Hedegaard Sørensen, General Manager Lars Tue Toftild and the mayor of Greve Pernille Beckman gave speeches In addition, each department unveiled their views on the future development for Blue Water in a transport market which is influenced by tough competition.
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