2021-07-28
http://w3.windfair.net/wind-energy/news/36255-jan-de-nul-offshore-vessel-crane-construction-kick-off-capacity-lifting-loading-transport-wind-turbine-seabed-conditions-deep-water

Construction of New Generation Offshore Crane Vessel Started

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Jan De Nul has kicked off the construction of its 5,000 tonnes crane vessel Les Alizés.

Official Press Release Jan De Nul:

First steel plates cut for Les Alizés

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First steel plates cut for Les Alizés

Construction of the offshore crane vessel kicked off

Jan De Nul kicks off the construction of its 5,000 tonnes crane vessel Les Alizés. The steel cutting ceremony took place today at the shipyard China Merchants Heavy Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. in China, in the presence of Jan De Nul representatives, the Vice General Manager of the shipyard and the Country Chief Executive of M&O China of Bureau Veritas. After thirteen months of preparation, designing and planning, the project teams of both the Shipyard and Jan De Nul Group are happy to reach this first important milestone. Les Alizés will mainly be used for the construction of offshore wind farms, but with her powerful crane, she is also extremely suitable for decommissioning offshore oil... ... More: Official Press Release Jan De Nul

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