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epas complements the logistic network in the field of wind energy

Emden, 12th July 2021 | First sea ship loading with wind turbine components for a leading manufacturer of wind turbines from the southern Emsland. Rotor houses, gears and hubs were delivered to the north quay by barge. The export now takes place.

This weekend epas loaded, components of wind power plants in Emden on the Nordkai that were delivered by barge from southern Emsland. The components consist of the machine head, the hub and the drive train with a unit weight of over 100 t. epas stores the components temporarily and prepares them for export: they are reloaded onto ocean-going vessels for worldwide projects.

Picture: Kai-Hendrik Nikiel

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