Increasing wind turbine component size and more challenging locations for projects, mean that your transportation, logistics and heavy lifting operations must be absolutely robust to ensure the safety of staff whilst avoiding delays to installation.
Windpower Monthly’s Wind Heavy Lift, Transport & Logistics Forum taking place 16-17 October at Dexter House, London, UK takes a critical look at the issues faced in the on- and offshore wind industry on separate days. You can book individual days or both together depending on your role.
Already confirmed to attend: Gamesa, ESB International, Siemens, Nordex and many more!
Gain practical insights on:
- Innovative transport strategies from manufacturer to end-user for cost-reduction
- Overcoming difficulties related to road-access through early inclusion of logistics suppliers in project development
- Streamlining offshore logistics to improve timescales and minimise risks
- Managing contract interfaces efficiently to ensure maximum cooperation and definitive liability
Packed full of useful practical and technical information, you will receive relevant, market-driven content to implement in your projects.
Safety and Environment Manager
Global Head – Offshore Wind
GL Garrad Hassan
Civil Engineer and Construction Manager
Marc Costa Ros
Offshore Renewable Technology Acceleration Manager
The Carbon Trust
Onshore Turbine Engineer
Edwin van de Brug
ESB Wind Energy Solutions
Head of Project Management
Who Should attend?
- Heavy Lift
- Transport and Logistics
- Business Development
- Supply Chain
- Appointed Person
- Crane Operator
If you are interested in speaking, please contact Keran Boyd by emailing email@example.com.
Dexter House, London, UK