Laso moves wind farm blades

By Niamh Marriott27 January 2022

International transport company Laso has transported 3 wind blades, 1 nacelle and 1 hub through Malveira to the Escusa Wind Farm project in Portugal.

Laso had to transport the blades through a difficult and narrow route

The blades were 59 metres in length.

Eighteen drivers were involved with the project in addition to a technical team who helped navigate the blades through low bridges and tight curves.

Watch how Laso transported the longest blade by clicking here

Check back soon to find out more about this project.

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