The growth of the Liebherr HLC 295000 was lifted and put in on DEME’S Orion set up vessel, by Liebherr’s TCC 78000 in Rostock.
In March 2017, DEME positioned order for subsequent era offshore set up vessel Orion that includes unrivalled mixture of exceptionally excessive transport and cargo capability, spectacular lifting heights and inexperienced expertise. With unmatched mixture of excessive load and lifting capability, Orion will transport and set up the subsequent era of big multi-megawatt wind generators.
Orion not too long ago fuelled for the primary time with LNG. For the Port of Rostock, this ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation was a premiere.
DEME leads the trade with the adoption of LNG, with the brand new offshore set up vessel being the fifth twin gas addition to the fleet, following three trailing suction hopper dredgers (Minerva, Scheldt River and Bonny River) and a cable laying vessel (Living Stone).
DEME, headquartered in Zwijndrecht, Belgium, is a world chief within the extremely specialised fields of dredging, marine engineering and environmental remediation. The firm can construct on greater than 140 years of know-how and expertise and has fostered a pioneering strategy all through its historical past, being a frontrunner in innovation and new applied sciences.
(Source: DEME/Liebherr/Heavy Lift News/ Image: set up of Liebherr crane growth on Orion vessel/Heavy Lift News)
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