Kuehne+Nagel supports the construction of Europe’s biofuel facilities

Kuehne+Nagel’s Project Logistics entity launches tailored solutions for customers in the renewable energy industry. Shell aims to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and renewable diesel made from waste.

Kuehne+Nagel is organizing heavy-lift logistics and module transportation for the hydro-processed esters and fatty acids (HEFA) biofuels project for Shell plc in the Netherlands. The project will produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and renewable diesel made from waste. The biofuels facility in Rotterdam is expected to start production in 2024. It will produce low-carbon fuels such as renewable diesel from waste in the form of used cooking oil, waste animal fat, and other industrial and agricultural residual products.


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Shell’s HEFA biofuels project will be supported by Renewable Energy Logistics, tailored to the specific logistics needs of the renewable energy industry worldwide. It is designed to provide safe and proper transportation of all the components and machinery required to set up and maintain alternative energy projects.  

“At Kuehne+Nagel, we support the global energy transition and are committed to playing an active role in projects such as HEFA biofuels. We are delighted to partner with Shell and assist in producing sustainable fuels, so we can work together on decarbonizing the energy and transport industry,” says Mustafa Sener, Global Head of Project Logistics. Renewable Energy Logistics will focus on delivering supply chain solutions and logistics services for all major modes of transport for the existing and new customers in the renewables industry, such as wind (on-shore and off-shore), hydro, and solar energy sectors.

 

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