Laso transports turbines

By Niamh Marriott04 November 2022

Laso has begun work transporting specialist wind farm components (Photo: Laso)
The transport includes blades, towers and nacelles (Photo: Laso)

Portuguese specialist transport company Laso has begun work transporting specialist wind farm components to the Toutiço wind farm in Portugal.

The company said, “It will be another challenging project due to the difficult accesses, requiring various equipment and means, with emphasis on the special transport of wind components such as blades, towers and nacelles.”

Check back later for more progress on this transportation job.

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