Bladt Industries Completes Load-Out of Two Offshore Wind Farm Foundations (Germany)

Bladt Industries Completes Load-Out of Two Wind Farm Foundations (Germany)

Bladt Industries and EEW SPC have successfully completed the load-out of the first two foundations for the Gwynt Y Môr Offshore Wind Farm located in the Irish Sea.

Monday April 9th the Transition Pieces were loaded out from Bladt Industries’ German facilities in Lubmin and subsequently load-out of the two Monopiles, fabricated by EEW SPC in Rostock, were completed Wednesday April 11th.

Three ships, Joerg N, Bente and Marlene, are employed on time charter in connection with the transportation of the 160 foundations.

Source: Bladt Industries, April 13, 2012

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