The Future of Offshore Wind

Wind Energy Work Group Reunites in Rotterdam

OEMs, technology companies and transport specialists recently participated in a second work group in Rotterdam to discuss the standardization of transport solutions for the renewable energy market.

Participants got together for their first work group at Breakbulk Europe 2022.

The latest session was facilitated by Thomas Sender Mehl, SVP of Global Supply Chain at specialised transport firm CakeBoxx Technologies and featured representatives from Mammoet, Liebherr, Maersk, Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, Royal Roos, LM Wind, Lux Trailer, Claviate and Lektinut.

Pieter Jacobs, director of offshore wind at Mammoet and participant of the work group, told Breakbulk: “We are here with different OEMs, companies with strong innovation, and companies from a transport perspective as well, to really come up with the best ideas that make the industry better. It is clear we can only optimize in the supply chain if we start working together.”

Sender Mehl will be moderating a “Managing the Offshore Wind Boom” panel session at Breakbulk Europe 2023 in Rotterdam, with speakers examining the readiness of the supply chain to respond to the demands of the offshore wind energy sector.

Check out a video of the work group in Rotterdam: