Protranser delivers wind turbine blades to Germany

Protranser delivers wind turbine blades to Germany

The operation process of loading blades on breakbulk vesselProtranser

Protranser International Logistics has delivered 4 sets of wind blades from Taicang county, in Jiangsu province, China, to Rostock, on the north coast of Germany.

Out of the four sets of wind turbine blades, three of them were sets of 75-metre long blades, while one set was of 69-metre long blades. Protranser International Logistics’ scope includes picking up cargo service, as well as the chartering of breakbulk vessels.

The blades were transported aboard the Chapel Guangan, a general cargo vessel built in 2011. With a length of 166.43 metres and a width of 27.74 metres, the vessel has a gross tonnage of 20,973 tonnes. This shipment closely followed the renewal of Protranser International Logistics’ to the OOG Network, as a representative member of China. It also follows their handling of a shipment of milling equipment to South and Central America.

Author: Emma Dailey

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