Our clients who utilize Bukkehave’s fleet management solutions for their projects primarily come from the international mining and construction industries. We take on long-term projects in various stages throughout the developing world, with a special emphasis on Africa. We work to minimize our clients’ cost per ton, maximize utilization rates, transport products, manage operations, improve fuel economy, assess current operations and develop individualized solutions – just to name just a few areas of focus.
Government & Military projects
Bukkehave is a government and military service provider, delivering support of programs and tasks required in emerging market and post-conflict countries.
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Mining, Oil & Gas industry
Bukkehave provides maximum value with a specialized solution for tackling the challenges commonly faced by mining and exploration companies.
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Bukkehave has maintained an industry-leading ability to service the United Nations and its agencies by offering a full range of export products for projects in the developing world.
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Logistics & Transport industry
We offer driver and maintenance training to secure reduced fuel consumption, safer driving and reduced environmental impact.
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With over 90 years of experience in serving international organizations in emerging markets, we deliver customized fleet solutions to companies who operate and manage international construction projects in the developing world.
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SEAS – Air to Water Systems
Bukkehave is a proud provider of SEAS, an air to water system that produces specifically mineralized drinking water when and where it is needed all over the world. An atmospheric water generator (AWG) is a device that extracts water from humid ambient air. Water vapor in the air is condensed by cooling the air below its dew point, exposing the air to desiccants, or pressurizing the air. Unlike a dehumidifier, an AWG is designed to render the water potable.
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