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Jan De Nul has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC) to establish a logistics hub at the Taichung Port for the Formosa 1 Phase 2 project.
As announced on 5 December, Siemens Gamesa today issued more details on its new Asia Pacific office, which has been opened in Taipei, and also revealed another plan. Namely, the company is looking into setting up a manufacturing and pre-assembly site at Taiwan’s Taichung port.
The Port of Taichung has been identified as the optimal port to support offshore wind farm construction works in Taiwan, according to a review carried out by the Executive Yuan and the country’s Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) in coordination with relevant industry representatives.
On 21 July, Taipower and Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC) officially signed an agreement on the development of three sites at the Port of Taichung for offshore wind farm construction. Works already started on 11 June and are now well under way.
Taiwan International Ports Corp. (TIPC) and the Changhua County Government have signed an agreement to jointly construct and develop an offshore wind operations&maintenance hub at the Taichung Port.
Taiwan International Ports Corp. (TIPC) has launched Taiwan’s first offshore wind crew transfer vessel (CTV) at the Port of Taichung in the Changhua County.
Siemens Gamesa’s Offshore CEO Andreas Nauen and Swancor’s Chairman Robert Tsai have signed two agreements in Taiwan: the first one focused on bringing additional local content to Taiwan’s offshore wind industry, followed by a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the Formosa II offshore wind project.
Throughout the year behind us, we witnessed numerous business moves within the industry from mergers and takeovers to companies securing their positions in non-domestic markets where offshore wind is about to take off. Here, Offshore WIND is reminding of only few of the big business news from 2017.