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ALS handles breakbulk shipment

Abnormal Load Services (ALS) has coordinated the delivery of 36 wind energy components from Germany to Denmark.

 

The components were loaded onto a chartered vessel in Bremerhaven and delivered to Esbjerg for an offshore wind energy project. 

The heaviest piece weighed 170 tons (154.2 tonnes). The largest units measured 8.4 m tall. 

ALS’ project scope included chartering the vessel, shipping and transportation and the coordination of the necessary permits. 

 

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