Motorships Agencies has entrusted Blue Water with the port agency for future UECC port calls.
Increasing air freight perishables
Blue Water handles fresh and frozen products to/from all over Europe
The need for air transport of temperature-controlled food products to global markets is growing. With the current market situation being disrupted by limited access to flights due to COVID-19, it is vital to be ahead of the game to create the best possible solutions.
“Our team handles fresh and frozen products to/from all over Europe through reefer facilities in Oslo, Billund, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. Using specialised thermo materials for packing chilled and frozen products, we assist our clients with reliable and cost-effective solutions - meaning that products arrive with correct temperature and ready for the shops”, says Jesper Nielsen, Business Development Manager Airfreight Perishables, Blue Water Copenhagen.
Especially, the opening of our office in Hamburg, Germany has kept the Perishables team busy with business to and from the German market, however, the growth is also seen on a global scale.
“The perishables success is the result of focused knowledge along with high quality service. Blue Water handles any commodity, and everything - from samples to regular larger flows - are taken care of. The team works closely together with the Sea and Road Reefer divisions to offer customers a one stop shop solution”, Jesper Nielsen concludes.
Blue Water develop business activities in Norway with Morten Würgler at the helm.
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