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SECTION SPONSOR


PORTS & PORT SERvICES


East of England in wind


Moving southwards from the Humber to the Thames Estuary the region has seen ten offshore wind farms constructed over the past 11 years (four Round 1 and six Round 2 projects).


FUTURE POTENTIAL


In the next 10 years the region has the potential to see a further seven offshore wind farms developed (three Round 2, two Round 2.5 and two multi-phased Round 3) giving the region huge potential for the next 10 plus years in construction and a further 25 years plus for operations & maintenance.


PORT SERVICES


Port and support services provide the vital link between offshore developers and the land based supply chain. Located in and around our ports support service companies offer and provide…


• 24/7 land based support • Logistics co-ordination • Single point of contact between marine and shore base • Berth and route planning research • On-site port attendance for vessel calls providing vessel agency services


• Crew changes • Vessel chartering • Aircraft chartering • Project support • Liaison with harbour and port authorities • Liaising with vessel/installation management for mobilisation/demobilisation requirements


• On-hiring and off-hiring of third party equipment in a timely manner


LOCATION


Clarkson Port Services one of the UK’s leading ships agents, with 5 of its 13 operational locations based in the East of England is ideally positioned to offer the industry this vital link with its ship agency, freight forwarding and industrial supplies services using the experience gained supporting offshore renewables since 2004.


Clarkson Port Services


Supplying Bolting Solutions to the Renewable Energy Sector


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T +44 (0) 1909 550767 M +44 (0) 7860 373425


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EAST OF ENGLAND SPOTLIGHT ON


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