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Announcement

17-03-2014

Juhl & Ehrhorn ApS is pleased to announce the strengthening of our team and service to clients by welcoming Mr. Bent Fabricius.


Bent Fabricius, who has several years experience of working with project carriers and project/dry bulk cargoes.
Please add Bent Fabricius to your records.
We look forward for your continued cooperation & good support!


 

Gottwald crane to Portugal

05-06-2013

Back in March 2013, our branch office in Bremen fixed 1 Gottwald crane weighing in at 180 tons, from the small port of Brens (opposite to Corcubion) down to Faro in Portugal. On behalf of our Clients a small heavy lift vessel was chartered, and the transport was carried out in April safely and on time. The Owners of the vessel produced a nice film of the voyage, which you can view by following the below link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnyEgh704xI

 


 

Reels to Nigeria

21-01-2013

In December 2012 our Chartering department fixed, on behalf of our Principals, a very interesting project to Nigeria. Our Principals received the assignment to ship various reels and accessories from Moss, from where the heaviest piece weight in at 337 tons, to Onne port Nigeria. Our Chartering department fixed a suitable heavy lift vessel for this shipment, and the reels were safely discharged in Onne port beginning of January 2013.

Picture above is taken from the discharging operation in Nigeria.

In the background M/V "Qumatik" is also seen under discharge operation. The "Qumatik", also fixed by our Chartering department,  was calling Onne port under our Principals monthly liner service from the Med to Nigeria. 

 


Announcement

 

04-10-2012

Juhl & Ehrhorn ApS is pleased to announce the strengthening of our team and service to clients by the opening of our German branch office in Bremen with effect from 1st October 2012.

The Bremen office will be lead by Mr. Allan Juhl Poulsen, who has several years experience of working for project carriers and project/dry bulk brokers.

Our Bremen branch will mainly be involved in project and dry bulk chartering in close cooperation with our head office in Esbjerg.

Below you will find our full style:Juhl & Ehrhorn ApS (Branch office Bremen)

Konsul-Smidt-Str. 8B

D 28217 Bremen

Germany

Tel: +49 421 696 38 770

Fax: +45 75 12 14 19

Mobile: +49 173 36 84 881

Email: mail@chartering.dk

which Please add to your records.

We look forward for your continued cooperation & good support!

 


Prototype Windmill, part 2

 30-08-2012

After having completed the 3 tower sections from Nantong China, the tower sections were then hauled to Thyboron in the north of Denmark, where the test mill is erected. The Nacelle, weight 220 tons, belonging to the test mill was manufactured in the area of Frederikshavn. As road transport from Frederikshavn to Thyboron was not possible due the size of the nacelle, our Chartering department received the task from our close Client to fix suitable tonnage for the transport. A heavy lift vessel was contracted for the assignment and the operation was carried out according to schedule. Photo above is taken from the discharging operation in Thyboron.

 


Prototype Windmill on a newbuilding, part 1 

 

26-07-2012

Our Chartering department, on behalf of our close Client, we recently fixed a cargo consisting of 3 tower sections for a test windmill in Denmark. The cargo was loaded on board in Nantong China on the new building "Jannes H", and consequently it was also the first cargo to be loaded on board this vessel. The 3 tower sections were destinate to Esbjerg Denmark, and our Agency department also arranged the vessel's call and also organized the stevedoring.

 


Mobile homes

 

05-07-2012

In June 2012, our Principals received the assingment to transport 15 mobile homes from St. Malo to the small Danish fishery port of Hvide Sande. Our Chartering department received the task to fix suitable tonnage, which could transport the mobile homes to the restricted port of Hvide Sande. The assignment was carried out in accordance with our Charterers requirements, and the vessel arrived safely into Hvide Sande and discharged her cargo on the 2nd July 2012. Photo is taken from the discharge operation.

 


Survey vessel to Mozambique

 

12-04-2012

In March 2012, our Chartering department arranged the transport of one survey vessel from Antwerp to Beira in the Mozambique. The survey vessel, which is required to improve the maritime operations at Beira port, was manufactured by the local shipyard in Esbjerg. After arriving at Antwerp at the end of March, the survey vessel was loaded on board a liner vessel and is now on it's way with expected arrival in Beira in May. 


The world's largest off-shore windmill blades

10-01-2012 

In December 2011, our agency department was appointed for the M/V Natali's call at Esbjerg. The vessel was due to load 3 off-shore windmill blades with a length of 73,5 meters each, thereby making them the world largest. Stevedoring was also arranged by our agency department, and the loading was performed all in good order.

 


Mono trains for Nigeria 

 

02-12-2011

In November 2011 our Principals performed a shipment of mono trains for Onne on their monthly liner service from the Med to Nigeria. With over 30 years of experience and with own offices in Nigeria, our Principals can offer door/door solutions for any kind of general and project cargoes destinate to inland Nigeria.

Juhl & Ehrhorn ApS have for over 30 years been serving as brokers for the chartering of tonnage for our Principals service to Nigeria.

For the latest schedule please visit "Positions" on our homepage. 


Fonasba 

25-11-2011

Juhl & Ehrhorn ApS proudly announce that as from the 17th November 2011, we have been awarded the FONASBA (The federation of national associations of ship brokers and agents) quality standard. To learn more about FONASBA please visit www.fonasba.com


Thrusters

11-11-2011

Our Chartering department fixed the above shown project cargo, consisting of two thrusters and generals on behalf of our close Clients.  The cargo was shipped out of Finland in the beginning of November, and is now safely on it's way to the final destination in Croatia.


Cargo ex Hong Kong

19-09-2011

In September, our Chartering department fixed a general cargo consisting of shell parts and steel frames on behalf of close Clients of ours. The cargo was loaded ex Hong Kong roads onto a new building by ship's gear, and is now safely on it's way to Brazil were it's scheduled to arrive in October.


Dismantled paper mills

01-09-2011

Since November 2010, Juhl & Ehrhorn ApS have been involved in fixing the transports of dismantled paper mills from Finland to India. Above picture is from the 3rd shipment which is now enroute to India. The 4th shipment is scheduled to be loaded out of Finland in week 36, on tonnage fixed by our Chartering department. Once the 4th shipment has been completed, Juhl & Ehrhorn ApS have been involved in mooving in excess of 50.000 m3 of this project. 


Engines for Jamaica

15-08-2011

On behalf of our close Clients, our Chartering department fixed a cargo consisting of 6 engines each weight 207 tons along with 2 transformers and general cargo. The cargo was loaded out of Italy and bound for Jamaica. Above picture is from the discharge operation on Jamaica, and the engines were safely discharged directly on to trucks alongside.


Over dimensional cargo for the oil industry

02-05-2011

On behalf of our long time Principals, our Chartering department fixed a project cargo for the oil industry in Nigeria. The cargo consisted of over dimensional arches and general cargo. Due to the shear size of the arches, same had to be transported on ship with open hatches. Careful planning was made in advance, and the cargo was loaded on board in the UK end of April 2011 and is now safely on it's way to the final destination in Nigeria.


Plant equipment incl. 2 heavy lifts

10-03-2011

 

On behalf of close Clients of ours, our Chartering department fixed a project cargo consisting of plant equipment incl. 2 heavy lifts of each about 253 tons from Italy to the US. Gulf. The cargo was loaded safely on board in the beginning of March and is now on the way to the US. Gulf where it is scheduled to arrive by the end of the month.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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