Blue Water opens new project logistics office in Italy
PRESS RELEASE – Blue Water Shipping has expanded its network with a new office in Milan, Italy. The office will initially focus on serving clients in the oil and gas, power generation, renewables and infrastructure sectors. The ambition is to add other activities within other business areas later on.
“It is a natural part of our development in the Energy and Project sector to have our own set-up in Italy. The industry is large and we see good opportunities to strengthen our services to our current clients and also to expand the client base”, states Thomas Bek, Global Director for Blue Water’s Energy & Project Division.
To develop the Italian market, Blue Water has employed Alessandro Crocitto, who comes with more than 34 years of experience from the logistics industry and more than 21 years of dedication to project logistics.
“Blue Water has a strong global track record when it comes to energy and projects. I am confident that we can develop positively in Italy, as the market demands experienced logistics partner to these types of transport. And Blue Water has a strong set-up with in-house experts to handle both operation and management of complex transport assignments”, states Alessandro Crocitto.
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