A group of businesses from the renewables and ports and logistics sectors are to meet their counterparts in the Danish port of Esbjerg next month for talks on opportunities for collaboration in the renewable energy and ports and logistics supply chain.
The port of Esbjerg is the leading port for offshore wind in the Continental North Sea, is the base of the Danish offshore wind industry, and an international hub for multimodal transport with six regular RoRo liner services. It handles approximately 4.5 million tonnes of cargo, ships out 1000 – 1500 MW of offshore wind capacity, and facilitates the import of around, 50,000 cars.
All major companies in the offshore wind industry are present at the port, that is home to 200 companies employing approximately, 10,000 people, covering more than 4 million square meters and is the largest port in Denmark.
The visit is being coordinated by Eastern Airway, Port of Esbjerg and Good Travel Management, part of the John Good Group, and supported by Humber-Marine-Renewables and Hull City Council. Participating companies will travel to Esbjerg on 19th April, on the recently launched Eastern Airways service from Humberside Airport.