White paper: The safe handling of wind energy cargoes in port


As the need for new wind energy capacity increases and the sector looks set to play a key role in boosting the global economy in the post-Covid-19 world, the supply chain that supports the movement of wind energy components from factory to (wind) farm will find itself in growing demand.

This white paper considers some of the challenges and changes facing that supply chain, and how these can be met, with insight from the Port of Vancouver USA about how the organization is moving forward to remain an efficient and reliable option for the distribution of wind energy products across North America.

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