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YES, WE HAVE DNV 2.7-1 CCU’S. HOW MANY WOULD YOU LIKE?


Demand for DNV 2.7-1 CCUs (certification standard for offshore containers to the uninitiated) in the Wind Energy sector is high but the partnership between Cargostore Worldwide Trading Limited and Rhenus Offshore Logistics has meant more Cargo Carrying Containers, delivered faster and at lower cost to clients than ever before


Cargostore has a history of providing a wide variety of CCUs, ranging from the standard sized 10 and 20ft CCUs, closed, open tops and half heights, to the more specialised 10 and 20ft refrigerated units, rigging lofts, bottle racks and toolboxes.


PARTNERSHIP


To support the Wind Energy industry and reduce logistics costs for offshore wind contractors Cargostore entered into a partnership with Rhenus Offshore Logistics in Bremen, Germany. The first CCU depot, in partnership with Rhenus Offshore, was established in Cuxhaven, Northern Germany in 2015. Further depots were established in Emden and Sassnitz to cover activities in the Baltic Sea. These depots are supported by Cargostore’s main CCU depot in Rotterdam. Due to client demand, this


cooperation was extended to the UK with the establishment of a CCU depot in Great Yarmouth supporting Rhenus Offshore’s expansion in the UK. When Rhenus is seeking to fulfil large orders for cargo runs throughout the North and Baltic seas, the partnership with Cargostore and their strategically placed depots is invaluable.


COST CONSIDERATIONS


The decision to establish de-centralised depots is to reduce the logistics costs and meet the demand for immediately available equipment. To move two 20ft CCUs from Rotterdam to any location in Northern Germany costs approximately 1,000 Euros. Due to Cargostore’s de-centralised depot locations, such cost can be avoided and Rhenus is able to pass these significant savings onto their clients.


GROWING DEMAND


In late 2016 to meet growing demand, Rhenus Offshore Logistics expanded into Great Yarmouth and Cargostore was able to support this expansion by supplying a large number of various CCUs including baskets, tool boxes and 10ft workshop containers. Other areas being assessed to support the UK Wind Energy industry are the Hull/Grimsby areas and Aberdeen. The result of this successful partnership was the ability to say, ‘Yes’ to customers seeking to fulfil large cargo runs with a variety of stock available at short notice. Cargostore and Rhenus are looking forward to continuing their expansion and offering customers the best service possible.


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Proven capabilities in 2m+ seas Competitive offshore transfers Accommodation for 12 people Commercial galley Operation up to 150 miles Load area of up to 42m2 Deck cranes and moon pool


SPOTLIGHT ON EAST OF ENGLAND


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