Our CEO at the Project Cargo Summit 2021 [interview]
With Peter Bouwhuis (President & CEO XELLZ group) & Daria Kremenskaia (CargoSnap) Despite the lack of standardization and the complexity of transports, there is an abundance of new ideas, technologies and platforms that can significantly enhance operational efficiency within the project cargo industry. We discuss what digitalisation is and what it can bring. [video poster="http://xellz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/project-management-tips.jpg" […]
Offshore wind farms are coming. The race is on by Irish ports to service them
Ireland is to witness an explosion in offshore wind farms with port companies racing to make sure the infrastructure is in place to service them
Breakbulk Events & Media
Global digitalization Drives Uptake
Since blockchain technology first emerged more than a decade ago, it has been touted as a unrivalled tool for change, but understanding the true potential for the breakbulk sector is a process that will likely take years to unravel. Typically, discussion of blockchain technology is dominated by the rise of bitcoin and alternative cryptocurrencies in financial markets, but in reality some of its most far-reaching consequences may be in sectors far outside of finance.
Oil & Gas Innovation magazine "Winter 2021"
Project Logistics Control Centres: Al;l You Need To Know
Project Logistics Control Centres (PLCC’s), what are they? How do they operate? XELLZ, a company in-the-know when it comes to using digital solutions to optimise operations, has much to share on the subject including the limitations to technology and the value of the human factor.
Dutch ambassador keen to explore Rosslare’s potential
Dutch Ambassador Adriaan Palm visited Rosslare Europort on Friday to see for himself the plans that are being put in place in the area of offshore wind energy as well as gauging Rosslare's viability in terms of handling imports and exports post-Brexit.
Freezone park plan for Rosslare could create ‘thousands’ of jobs
Irish Rail is progressing plans to develop a Freezone Business Park at Rosslare Europort similar to internationally renowned Shannon Free Zone and business park.
XELLZ acquires additional 100.000sqm of land to develop a Free Zone at Rosslare Europort
Dutch logistics company XELLZ has acquired 100.000sqm of land to add to its existing 200.000sqm already secured at the port of Rosslare, Ireland. The decision to obtain this new land has also progressed plans to create a Free Zone at Rosslare Europort and the Europort Business Park (EBP).
Rosslare Europort Business Park energises offshore renewable wind energy
In early 2020, XELLZ secured approximately 200,000 sqm of land at the port of Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland. XELLZ has now divided the land into zones and the entire area will be known as Rosslare Europort Business Park (EBP). Through its offshore services subsidiary 24shore and XELLZ Ireland, the Dutch company will establish […]