wpd and Schrammgroup found Offshore Wind Farm Service (Germany)
Today, Monday, 31st May 2010, the All for Offshore GmbH sets in as the first service provider for wind energy projects at the main offering from one single source all services from logistic planning through to transport to maintenance and repair of the turbines.
The company is a co-operation between the Schrammgroup and wpd offshore GmbH, the offshore sector of the wpd group. “We are pleased about the cooperation with wpd which offers optimal synergy effects to both companies.” explains Hans-Helmut Schramm, the owner and director of the Schrammgroup. Through its subsidiary Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH the company comes not only with an own port at the North and Baltic See but also with the infrastructure for transport and shipment of offshore components.
Disposing of a pipeline of 10GW wpd offshore GmbH is the leading developer for offshore energy plants. “All for Offshore offers our clients a unique combination of all services needed for planning, logistics and service of wind park plants at the main” says Achim Berge, the director of the wpd offshore GmbH.
The wpd sister Deutsch Windtechnik AG covers the whole technical management, maintenance and service for an offshore wind project. “The cooperation with the Schrammgroup enables a fast and direct access for operation and maintenance services to the wind farms at the North and Baltic Seas” mentions Matthias Brandt, Member of the Board of Deutsche Windtechnik AG acclaiming the new cooperation.
Within the conference WINDSTÄRKE 10 from 1st to 3rd June in Bremerhaven the all for Offshore GmbH will be presented for the first time in the offshore sector with an information booth.
The Schrammgroup is a strategic combination of specialized single companies covering all the important facets of the maritime economy. Through the subsidiary Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH, which is featured with potential equipment for the handling of different cargo types, the Schramgroup disposes one of Europe’s single private port on the Elbe at the North Sea-Baltic Sea-Canal being the central logistic intersection point of the whole North and Baltic Sea economy. With ca. 6,500 moved components the company shows a large expertise in the sector of goods loading and shipment.
The wpd offshore GmbH is part oft he wpd group, which plans and operates wind farms worldwide and is active in 21 countries. In total, the company has carried out projects with around 1,600 turbines and an output of 2GW. Currently the wpd international is planning other projects with 7,000 MW in total. More over, the group is leading European offshore developer with a pipeline of 10,000 MW. One of the first commercial offshore wind plants Baltic I, attended by wpd, is being currently built. wpd develops offshore projects in Germany, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, France and Italy.
Source: wpd, May 31, 2010;