November 20 - Prangl has used its self-propelled heavy-duty module, PSF3000, and PFTV 300 blade transporter to move its 100th wind turbine blade.
A small event was held at the Moschkogel wind farm in Austria to celebrate the milestone. Representatives from Enercon were present, alongside specialists from Prangl.
Noatum Logistics has coordinated the transport of nine grain ship-loader components from the port of Seville, Spain.
The Port of Duluth-Superior, USA, has reported a 31 percent decline in total tonnage moving through the port as of August 31, compared with the same period in 2019. Wind energy shipments, however, are on the rise.
On October 15, CM Labs is hosting a virtual trade show featuring the latest innovations in port training technology.
Trailer manufacturers Scheuerle and Kamag – part of the TII Group – have reported signs of an increase in demand for wind projects in North America. As a result, demand for specialised transport solutions are also on the rise.
Luxembourg-headquartered Cargolux has added a weekly all-cargo flight to Shenzhen in China.
Danish wind turbine manufacturer MHI Vestas has formed a partnership with equipment manufacturer Verton, which will see the companies develop tooling that will be deployed during wind turbine installation.
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