Blue Water secures vital logistics contract for Noble Drilling’s Suriname operations

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Blue Water Shipping has successfully clinched a contract with Noble Drilling to support its operations in Suriname. Blue Water Shipping in an announcement via LinkedIn said the agreement encompasses customs brokerage, local logistics services, domestic transport, and personnel services for the Noble Voyager drillship, which has commenced an ambitious exploration campaign north of Suriname’s capital city, Paramaribo.

Gerson Sporkslede, General Manager of Blue Water Suriname’s recently inaugurated branch, expressed excitement about the partnership with Noble Drilling. He stressed the project’s potential to unlock substantial hydrocarbon resources in Suriname.

“This contract is a remarkable achievement for our team and stands as a testament to the unwavering dedication and hard work of our staff, both locally and across other Blue Water offices,” remarked Sporkslede. “We take great pride in our commitment to delivering excellence to our clients and eagerly anticipate the successful execution of this contract.”

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The establishment of Blue Water’s office in Paramaribo in late 2023 was a move aimed at enhancing service delivery to the oil and energy sector in the Caribbean region. Blue Water Shipping said, equipped with in-depth knowledge of local conditions and legislation, its Paramaribo team specializes in tailoring freight and logistics solutions to meet the needs of clients. Their services also include personnel logistics, visa and immigration support, procurement, and trucking services.

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