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Xellz eyes Irish potential

Xellz Operations is investigating the potential of an offshore supply base in the south and southeast of Ireland that would serve future offshore wind energy projects.

The company offers freight and logistics management solutions to the shipper side of the project logistics industry. Peter Bouwhuis, Xellz president and ceo, said: “We already started discussions with ports and landowners to ensure the best location with sufficient infrastructure and have looked at where possible investments that will be required to establish the support for the wind energy industry.”

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