Huisman Crane to Handle Largest Wind Turbines Onshore and Offshore

Huisman has won a contract from Denmark-based BMS Heavy Cranes for the delivery of a 3,000mt Ringer Crane, with an option for a second unit.

The crane setup has been optimised for operations in the wind industry.

Huisman Ringer Crane
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With the capability to lift components of 1,200mt at heights of up to 225m, and heavy structures of 3000mt at reduced height, the crane will ready BMS for installation of the next generation of wind turbines on and offshore and on floating foundations, Huisman said.

The delivery of the crane is scheduled for the second half of 2023.

Morten Kammer, CEO at BMS Heavy Cranes, said: ”We look forward to the ongoing cooperation with Huisman in the delivery of this crane. This asset represents a major step forward for BMS. With the capability to lift the world’s largest turbines onshore we will be able to play an increasingly important role in the development of renewable, net-zero energy industries.”

Source: Huisman

The fully electrically driven crane is said to help reduce emissions and improve operational accuracy and energy efficiency ensuring its suitability for use in the renewable energy industry.

”We are passionate about designing large cranes and are grateful to BMS for the opportunity and their trust. We can’t wait to see this mega crane in real life. We are happy to once again be applying our experience in a project that aligns with our vision of accelerating the growth of renewable energy production,” David Roodenburg, CEO at Huisman, said.

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