New wind turbine transport system from Huisman

By Christian Shelton04 June 2021

Schiedam, Netherlands-based heavy construction equipment designer and manufacturer Huisman has launched a wind turbine component feeder vessel with a Motion Compensated Platform.

It is designed to quickly and safely transfer wind turbine components from a feeder vessel. It complies with the USA’s Jones Act enabling the safe transportation and lifting of turbine components in USA waters.  

Read more about wind power transportation in the June issue of ICST, out 14th June.
Read more about wind turbine erection in the July issie of ICST, out 12th July

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