Hansa Meyer Global awarded a transport scope for the Siemens Landivisiau project in February 2020.

Recently, Hansa Meyer Global handled the shipment and onshore transportation of a 405 tonne Generator, a 317 tonne Gas Turbine and a 183 tonne E-Type Turbine from Rotterdam, The Netherlands to the job site at Landivisiau, France via port of Brest, France.

The Generator and Turbines will be installed at a newly constructed combined power cycle plant in Brittany, western France. With an installed capacity of 446 megawatts, the power plant will help to reliably cover Brittany’s growing demand for electricity.

The commissioning of the power plant is scheduled for the second half of 2021.
For this challenging project, Hansa Meyer Global will transport a total of about 33,000 FRT of different cargoes (including 19 heavy-lift units up to 405 tonne unit weight) from global origins to the job site at Landivisiau, France.

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