New joint venture target nuclear industry

International maritime logistics expert Cory Logistics, part of Braemar Shipping Services plc, has formed a joint venture with universal supply chain specialist Navarm Limited to create a single source provider for a full suite of maritime and land based services for the nuclear new build industry.

Based in Somerset, UK, Cory-Navarm will serve the nuclear industry, particularly in the West Country where EDF Energy is developing the Hinkley Point C power station, and other energy related projects with a need for maritime and land-based services.

The joint venture combines the services, resources, capability and facilities of Cory Logistics Ltd and Navarm Limited, backed by global Braemar Shipping Services PLC, a £143 million revenue generation company with offices and facilities around the world supporting its operations throughout the marine and energy markets.

Services now available from Cory-Navarm’s experienced staff include jetty & port operation, ships agency & technical services, loading & discharging services, environmental services, land-based logistics, security services, project cargo handling & storage, waste management and indivisible load management to support all types of nuclear new build supply chain requirements.

Working with the other Braemar Shipping PLC companies, Cory-Navarm will enable nuclear industry primes, tier 1 and subsequent tier suppliers to reduce costs in the complex nuclear supply chain by sourcing all requirements from a single source service provider.

Martin Barnes of Cory-Navarm said: “This joint venture is an exciting new development for both companies which will enhance our services and benefit the expanding nuclear new build sector.”

For Further Information Please Contact:

Tel: 01278 685324

Cory-Navarm,
Western Approach Road,
Woolavington Road,
Puriton,
Somerset,
TA7 8AD,
UK


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