Schwandner places trust in Goldhofer

P. Schwandner Logistik + Transport GmbH has added a number of new Goldhofer transportation solutions to its special vehicle fleet. That includes three »BLADES« trailers for the transportation of turbine blades with a length of more than 80 meters. The hydraulically steerable trailing dollies are fitted with interface, a new hydraulic blade tip carrier certified …

Freja handles transport of railway machines

Freja Transport & Logistics recently handled two project transports involving railway machines. In the first, the locomotive, which was over 40m long and 4m high, was transported from Denmark to Finland for refurbishment and afterwards, returned to Denmark. In the second, the transport of a similar machine was made from Denmark to Sweden and back …

Hammar unveils Electric Powered Sideloaders

Back in 2013, Hammar built the world’s first electric powered Sideloader in Australia. Now the company launches its electric power pack on a world-wide scale in the major push towards green alternatives in the Sideloader industry.  The electric power pack, “ePP”, lasts around 20 consecutive lifts with a 35 tonnes weight. It can be charged …

The Port of Grenaa goes for emission-free handling with Liebherr

The port of Grenaa, one of Denmark's largest commercial and industrial ports, has decided to upgrade its equipment and increase its performance with the purchase of a Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbour crane, which is by far the most frequently sold model in the LHM portfolio with more than 250 units delivered. In order to …

Liebherr’s TCC 78000 lifts monopiles for new wind farm in the Baltic Sea

In the port of Rostock, the first of a total of 72 monopoly foundations for the offshore wind farm “Kriegers Flak”, which is currently under construction, were loaded. The wind farm, located south of the Danish coast, will supply up to 600,000 households with electricity in the future and will thus become Denmark's largest offshore …

Vestas to lay off 400 employees in Europe

Vestas has announced the optimisation of its product portfolio, which includes stopping certain projects with immediate effect. As a consequence of these measures, Vestas intends to lay off approximately 400 employees, which will primarily affect locations in Denmark. A limited number of layoffs is also expected in other locations in Europe. Additionally, Vestas’ registered directors …