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Steel Cutting Ceremony for Wind Server

Steel Cutting Ceremony for Wind Server

23-04-2013 14:00:00


The official Steel Cutting Ceremony for DBB’s third jack-up vessel was held on 22 April 2013 at Nordic Yard’s facility in Wismar, Germany.

elf-propelled and DP-2, Wind Serverhas been specifically designed for operation and maintenance services in the offshore wind industry. Replacement of key components requires extensive jack-up capabilities and this vessel will be able to perform the operation on large turbines in deep waters.

DBB Jack-Up is focusing on offshore wind O&M and developing vessels and services to support both Utilities and turbine manufacturers. “Growing site complexity makes offshore logistics even more challenging and purpose-built vessels for O&M is just one part of the puzzle, helping our clients reduce costs and increase productivity.” says Thorsten Jalk, CEO at DBB Jack-Up Services A/S.

DBB’s first jack-up Wind, is currently undertaking O&M works on wind farms in the UK, while their second jack-up Wind Pioneer is entering the final stages of its conversion and will be operational later this year.

Wind Server will be the third O&M jack-up in DBB’s fleet and is scheduled for delivery in the second half of 2014.

Source: DBB


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