Significant growth in Blue Water Shipping

The transport- and logistics company Blue Water Shipping has grown signficantly more than the market in 2012. "We're winning market shares in practically all our business areas," says CEO Kim Hedegaard Sørensen to ShippingWatch.

Esbjerg-based international transport- and logistics company Blue Water Shipping has grown significantly more than the market average in 2012, says CEO Kim Hedegaard Sørensen in a comment to ShippingWatch ahead of the company's annual report, expected in the beginning of April.

According to Kim Hedegaard Sørensen, the growth can be found in all of Blue Water Shipping's business areas, meaning general cargo as well as special activities such as oil and energy, offshore wind mills, reefer containers, and logistics related to cruise ships.

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