Blue Water is involved in successful project with the NGO Hope Walks helping Ethiopian infants with the clubfoot disease.
Increased activities in the Caribbean
Blue Water experiences a high demand for services within the Oil & Gas industry in Caribbean
In response to the growing demand of services in the north-eastern part of South America, Blue Water Shipping opened a Caribbean office in Georgetown, Guyana, earlier this year. In addition to having over 1,700 employees in a network of 60+ offices, we have more than 45 years of experience under our belt making us a reliable and trustworthy logistics provider.
Along with the office opening, Blue Water has appointed Guyana native Richard DeNobrega to lead operations. He holds over a decade of experience in the region and the industry.
“As the activities within the Oil & Gas industry in this region are on the rise, we need to be present in Guyana to be close to our customers and their increasing business here. With our local expertise and knowledge, we are able to provide them with the most efficient and reliable service”, states Richard DeNobrega.
Earlier experience comes into play
While the office is new to the region, the region is not new to Blue Water. We have already been exposed to the needs in the Caribbean through our involvement in the execution of several previous energy and project-related transports.
Whereas large volumes of cargo are already being managed by Blue Water, our services have expanded into shore base, customs clearance, warehousing, trucking, laydown management as well as heavy haul and lifting services for energy and project-related business into and from Georgetown.
“We experience a demand for more of our services, and we are proud that our track record and current performance in the Caribbean are rated positively by existing and new costumers. Many customers operate internationally, and due to our global setup with extensive in-house resources and strong cooperation across the world, we can support their logistics and also offer project management”, states Richard DeNobrega.