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Huisman to supply giant crane

Huisman has received an order from Danish company BMS Heavy Cranes to supply a 3,000-meter-ton ringer crane with an option for a second unit.

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The crane system will initially be used in the offshore wind industry. With the ability to lift components of 1,200 mt at heights of up to 225 m and heavy structures of 3,000 mt at lower heights, the crane will prepare BMS for the installation of the next generation of wind turbines on and offshore and on floating foundations. The crane is also well suited for operations in other industries. The fully electric-powered crane also helps reduce emissions and improves operational accuracy and energy efficiency, making it suitable for use in the renewable energy industry. The crane is scheduled for delivery in the second half of 2023.

Morten Kammer, CEO at BMS Heavy Cranes: “We look forward to the ongoing cooperation with Huisman in the delivery of this crane. This asset represents a major step forward for BMS. With the capability to lift the world’s largest turbines onshore we will be able to play an increasingly important role in the development of renewable, net-zero energy industries.”

David Roodenburg, CEO at Huisman: “We are passionate about designing large cranes and are grateful to BMS for the opportunity and their trust.  We can’t wait to see this mega crane in real life. We are happy to once again be applying our experience in a project that aligns with our vision of accelerating the growth of renewable energy production.”

Features of the Huisman ringer crane:

  • A fully electrically driven system, resulting in high positioning accuracy, efficient energy use, reduced maintenance and higher reliability.
  • Modular ring system, allowing for a full 360° ring being used, or a portion of it – depending on specific site layouts
  • Easy breakdown in road transportable pieces enables easy relocation of the crane
  • A dedicated boom setup, thus ensuring a lightweight and stiff design.
  • Upending of the crane can be done without the use of assistant cranes
  • Very low ground bearing pressure
  • Operable in higher winds than traditional cranes.
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