2024-06-19
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Mammoet-Giant Taiwan to provide support for the 920 MW Greater Changhua 2b and 4 OWF

Ørsted Taiwan has selected Mammoet-Giant Taiwan to deliver a turnkey service for the Taiwanese offshore wind project, from initial planning to execution, ensuring the jackets get into the water faster.

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The 920 MW Greater Changhua 2b and 4 offshore wind farm will play a crucial role for Taiwan's green energy targets, as the country aims to achieve 5.7 GW of offshore wind power capacity by 2025.

Mammoet-Giant’s has played a pivotal role in local offshore wind farm projects since the inception of offshore wind in Taiwan in 2017. The joint venture by Mammoet, the engineered heavy lifting and transport specialist, and Taiwanese Giant Heavy Machinery Services has been entrusted with the marshalling and lifting activities for 66 suction bucket jackets. By managing the complete quayside scope with planning and execution, the company aims reduce interfaces, minimize project risks and ensure high levels of utilization with minimal disruption to port facilities.

Mammoet has selected its 5,000t capacity SK 350 ring crane to do the job which will lift the 2,500t suction bucket jackets directly from deck carriers to the quayside and after temporary storage on site, onto deck carriers ferrying the jackets to the installation vessel in the field. This methodology will eliminate the need for vessel repositioning during offloading and loading operations.

Chris Schraa, Managing Director of Mammoet Taiwan, stated: “We are thrilled and honored to have been awarded the contract to help construct Greater Changhua 2b and 4 offshore wind farms. Mammoet-Giant remains steadfast in our mission to deliver exceptional performance and contribute to the sustainable growth of Taiwan's renewable energy sector. Projects like these showcase the strength of our setup in Taiwan as well as the value of early engagement in engineering. This enables us to offer smarter and safer solutions, optimizing schedules and processes through direct communication with the developer."

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Mammoet
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Windfair Editors
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Keywords:
Mammoet, Giant, Taiwan, offshore, wind farm, wind project, jacket, Greater Chanhua, crane, specialist, heavy lifting, quayside, green energy



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