Oil, Gas & Industrial Projects
Project Logistics from Sweden to Australia
The project scope includes logistics services from various worldwide locations to site, customs handling and local deliveries. The logistics activities will be handled in consortium between Blue Water Shipping and local partner Ramps Logistics
Blue Water Shipping has a long track record of being involved in large and complex Capital Projects around the world
Blue Water has a long track record of being involved in large and complex Capital Projects around the world. Now, a new contract allows Blue Water to provide international management of logistics for the Liza Phase 1 Development offshore Guyana.
“With this contract covering many logistics services, we are strengthening our position in the Caribbean. It makes us proud that ExxonMobil has trusted Blue Water Shipping, in partnership with Ramps Logistics, to handle its transports for this impressive project. We will work hard to ensure that the quality we stand for, both in terms of service and on-time delivery, will benefit the Liza Phase 1 Development,” said Brent Patterson, Sr. Vice President, Global Projects for Blue Water.
The scope includes international transports from USA, Europe, the Middle East and Asia to Guyana and Trinidad. Blue Water Shipping will partner with Ramps Logistics for the handling of customs documentation in Guyana and Trinidad, as well as to ensure local deliveries.
Ramps Logistics is a leading freight forwarding company in the region who has specialized in the Latin America and the Caribbean market. Blue Water and Ramps Logistics rely on thorough market knowledge and world class professionals to handle clients’ transport and logistics needs.
“We are pleased that Ramps Logistics is part of this consortium and believe that we have found a solid partner for this project who has an established a working relationship with ExxonMobil in Guyana. This contract adds to an already strong portfolio of Blue Water’s project management responsibilities for major O&G owners, developers, EPC’s and OEM’s throughout the Americas,” said Thomas Bek, Global Director for Oil, Gas and Industrial Projects at Blue Water.