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    Wind power: first nacelle arrives at the container terminal

    The first nine of 18 nacelles for offshore wind power stations from Senvion GmbH have arrived at the south end of the Bremerhaven Container Terminal. They are an important component for the construction of the NORDERGRÜNDE wind farm off the east coast of Germany’s Wangerooge island. Since early April, Senvion has been using the premises and quayside of CT I for the handling and storage of its offshore components. Weighing 340 tonnes each, the nacelles were transported from the Senvion factory in Bremerhaven’s Labradorhafen via pontoon to the Nordhafen and then moved to the premises from there.

    EUROGATE, together with BLG as a sub-contractor, is carrying out all the near-shore logistics – from the factory to the base port. The first nacelles were loaded and discharged via RoRo (Roll on Roll off) onto the special pontoon “Offshore Bhv 1”. To achieve this, two special transporters, with twelve axes each, so-called SPMT (self-propelled modular transporters), were deployed. This eliminated the need for expensive large cranes and simplified the logistics process as well.

    The remaining nine nacelles are scheduled to be transported from the factory to the base port at the end of July and the beginning of August. At that time, the preparations for loading the nacelles onto the wind turbine installation vessel “MPI Enterprise” are expected to begin.