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ALE’s Latest Transport Solution Optimises Costs for Offshore Wind Projects

ALE Optimise Costs for Offshore Wind

ALE’s Latest Transport Solution Optimises Costs for Offshore Wind Projects

ALE is optimising offshore wind project costs by designing a unique new modular transport frame specialised in carrying transition pieces (TPs) within marshalling ports.

Designed in-house by their award-winning R&D team in Breda, the Netherlands, the new Transition Piece Carrier has been developed as a more cost-effective alternative of transporting the TPs rather than using cranes to handle them.

Overall project efficiency is delivered as the system can move within limited spaces, which optimises storage, operates at higher wind speeds and is not limited to the TPs’ diameters or weights. What’s more, as additional steel frames are not required, it enables the TPs to be simply positioned onto the current concrete blocks – which are readily available and are a more cost-effective storage option.

ALE’s Optimises Costs for Offshore Wind Projects

Furthermore, as the TPs are increasingly growing in size and weight, the carrier is ideal as it can transport TPs weighing in excess of 600t and is flexible enough to transport TPs with different base designs.

It also provides a safer transport solution as it eliminates the need to work at height.

“Offshore renewables is a huge growth market for us and we wanted to ensure we had the optimal solution for port handling operations for our clients,” explained Technical Sales Manager Tomas Villarino.

“This is a highly beneficial solution that aids project efficiency and cost reduction, with optimised working conditions that will be compatible with the ever-changing design of TPs to future-proof our offering in the sector.”

The launch of the new system coincides with the release of ALE’s new brochure: Onshore Capabilities for Offshore Wind Projects. It is available to download: https://www.ale-heavylift.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/ALE_Offshore-Wind-Projects-Brochure.pdf

The system is at the final stages of fabrication, ready to start working in early 2019.

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