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22.08.2019 – 12:36

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Global Renewables Shipbrokers starts strategic partnership with South Korean development consultancy SerFac

Global Renewables Shipbrokers starts strategic partnership with South Korean development consultancy SerFac
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Global Renewables Shipbrokers starts strategic partnership with South Korean development consultancy SerFac

Globally leading consultancy and specialist shipbroker for the planning and installation of offshore renewable energy projects celebrates market entry in growth market of South Korea

(Hamburg, 08/22/2019) Global Renewables Shipbrokers (GRS) from Hamburg, Germany, is celebrating the start of a strategic partnership with South Korean wind project development consultancy SerFac. The aim of the cooperation is to provide fast and first-class project development of offshore wind farm projects in South Korea. GRS is one of the worldwide leading consultancy and shipbroking businesses in offshore wind, wave and tidal energy. As an independent advisor, GRS supports the negotiation of all contracts across all value creation stages of the entire project development. At the subsequent installation and operation stage, GRS, as an internationally operating and independent specialist shipbroker, takes on the chartering of all vessels and crews required as well as the contracting of all further offshore service providers.

"The moment for market entry to South Korea is ideal," explains Matthias Mross, managing partner at GRS. "The South Korean government has ambitious plans for the expansion of offshore wind energy and will be providing us with a lot of opportunities in the coming years. Building on our experience and expertise, we can ensure that mistakes will be avoided and expansion targets achieved".

"We are very happy to have found a partner with GRS who is experienced in wind energy on a global scale. The synergies created will enable us to keep on pushing our expansion in the growing offshore wind energy market in the Asiatic Pacific region," Namhee Lim, managing director at SerFac, points out.

Earlier this month, the South Korean energy ministry announced its intention to boost its renewable energy share in electricity generation by 20 percent by the year 2030. This corresponds to an increase in generation capacity from the current 11,000 megawatts (MW) to around 58,500 MW. Offshore wind energy will gain in importance and its total capacity will increase by an overall 12,000 MW in the coming eleven years.

Press contact

Matthias Mroß

Managing Partner

GRS Global Renewables Shipbrokers GmbH

T +49 40 411 60 68 11

mailto:p.schoenefeld@grs-offshore.commailto:p.schoenefeld@grs-offshore.comm.mross@grs-offshore.com

About GRS

Established in 2011, GRS is the first independent shipbroker to specialize in the chartering, purchase and sale of offshore tonnage and equipment in the field of renewable energy. GRS supports its customers in global and independent procurement and tendering procedures and identifies possible cost reductions for all important suppliers of the offshore wind industry. The whole team works according to the company's motto "Any Vessel Anytime" in order to offer its clients the best prices, availabilities and service providers in the market. Starting with the first day of planning and for each project stage, GRS supports its customers worldwide by using its comprehensive database in the search for suitable vessels, proven shipping companies and offshore service providers. Detailed expertise and a network that has grown worldwide make GRS the leading shipbroker for offshore tonnage in renewable energy.

More information is available at www.grs-offshore.com.

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