GRS customers can now save even more time by requesting or booking cargo runs to supply offshore wind farms directly from the GRS homepage. An interactive map and calendar display all destinations so that users can find the best possible routes and departure times to all wind farms in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.
The weekly journeys can generally be offered at a flat rate, with no additional costs being incurred. GRS will also arrange the planning of logistics, customs clearance, and the provision and packaging of containers on request. Whether the transport involves fuel, freshwater or grey water, break bulk on pallets, offshore containers or passengers, there are virtually no limits on the type of cargo.
The vessel deployed range from supply vessels with crane via crew transfer vessels through to anchor handling tugs, with or without dynamic positioning. Using its in-house vessel database containing more than 80,000 vessels, GRS is able to offer the best option to meet customers’ individual requirements at all times.
“From the individual cargo run, which is the transport share opportunity for all types of goods, or even a jump-on in really urgent cases, through to the team cargo run, which is both easy to plan and especially cost-effective, GRS offers all services from a single source and it will soon be celebrating its one hundredth transaction,” says a delighted Caspar Blum, the shipbroker in charge of cargo runs and contact person at GRS.
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