Partnerships

We believe that innovation, collaboration and diversity lay the foundation for solving future problems, ensuring environmental, social and economic sustainability. That is why it is important that we create solutions together.

Together we create solutions for the future

Cross-business and cross-sector partnerships are essential to achieve the scale and sustained impact necessary in the context of global instability, climate change, social inequality and economic transformation.

That is why believe that partnerships can unleash innovative ways of working, exchange of knowledge and expertise and be the foundation for new resources, opportunities and solutions.

Today, we have more opportunities than ever to work with employees, customers, governments, NGOs and other stakeholders locally and globally to drive real and needed change and build a more sustainable future. And now is the time to act.

We continuously seek to enter strategic partnerships with the main goal of offering turnkey services and solutions that support our vision and values.

CASE

Climate partnership reduces CO2 emissions by 50%

During the spring of 2020, Blue Water and SpaceInvader entered a climate partnership, and the journey towards more sustainable road transport began. The two partners have now signed a three-year cooperative agreement.

The cooperation between Blue Water and SpaceInvader does not end here, because the agreement also covers green business development. Now, the two parties are testing a new digital tracing unit which is mounted directly onto the racks, making it possible to follow the movements of the racks through the supply chains.

CASE

Blue Water is aboard the CO2 project Greensand

A new pilot project is to clear the way for storage of CO2 in the North Sea from 2025. The project is called Greensand, and Blue Water is one of the companies contributing with innovative solutions.

Blue Waters role in the project covers the core competence: to create logistics solutions. In the Greensand project this covers acquisition of special containers able to transport CO2, handling of containers and chartering the vessel carrying them offshore and back again.

CASE

Blue Water and Danwind enter a joint venture

Blue Water and the Construction division of Danwind Group have entered into a joint venture agreement establishing a new entity Danwind Blue Water that will offer turnkey services covering full scope of logistics, assembly, disassembly and installation of wind turbines.

“Each of our companies has comprehensive experience and expertise in providing our services to the Wind industry. By joining forces, we can offer strong and flexible solutions to meet the increasing demands of the industry”, states Per Jensen, Global Director Port Service at Blue Water.

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