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Blue Water Shipping bags new major contract in Kazakhstan

For the second time this year, Blue Water Shipping has secured a huge order in Kazakhstan where the Danish carrier will provide transport and logistics services.

Kurt Skov, CEO of Blue Water Shipping. | Photo: PR

Blue Water Shipping has secured another major contract with TCO in Kazakhstan to supply transport and logistics services. The contract relates to a consortium headed by the Danish company and is worth USD 154 million, Blue Water Shipping informs in a statement.

"The consortium, led by Blue Water Shipping in partnership with Kazmortransflot (KMTF), will be overall responsible for transporting 75 modules and cargo weighing up to 1600 tons on the Caspian Sea from Kuryk to the port of Prorva close to the Tengiz oil field in Kazakhstan. Blue Water Shipping will, in the consortium, be responsible for transportation and project management, while KMTF will supply and operate three specially designed MCVs (Module Carrying Vessels)," the statement reads.

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