BMS Heavy Cranes will introduce its all-electric ring crane, which can lift up to 3,000 tonnes, this weekend.
The crane will be fully assembled at Østerild, Denmark. It has been optimised for operations in the wind energy industry, with the capability to lift components weighing 1,200 tonnes at a height of up to 225 m and heavy structures of 3,000 tonnes at reduced height.
BMS said the crane will be used for the next two year lifting large test turbines. Thereafter, the crane will be mobilised for the installation of offshore wind turbines from the quayside, as well as jobs at large power plant projects.
Huisman was awarded the contract to build the ringer crane in early 2022.