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Powering Taiwan’s Green Energy Vision: Ørsted Selects Mammoet-Giant for Offshore Wind Farm Support

Ørsted Taiwan, a division of the world’s largest offshore wind company Ørsted, has chosen Mammoet-Giant Taiwan, a joint venture between Mammoet and Taiwanese Giant Heavy Machinery Services, to provide vital support for the 920 MW Greater Changhua 2b and 4 offshore wind farms in Taiwan. This selection reflects Taiwan’s commitment to achieving 5.7 GW of offshore wind power capacity by 2025.

Mammoet-Giant has a track record of success in Taiwan’s offshore wind projects since 2017. For this project, the joint venture will offer a comprehensive turnkey service, handling the marshalling and lifting activities for 66 suction bucket jackets. They will use the 5,000t capacity SK 350 ring crane, renowned for its lifting capabilities and reach, reducing vessel turnaround times and optimizing loading speeds.

Chris Schraa, Managing Director of Mammoet Taiwan, expressed honor in being awarded the contract. Mammoet remains dedicated to delivering exceptional performance and supporting Taiwan’s renewable energy sector. The company’s strategic vision focuses on contributing to the global energy transition by investing in high-capacity equipment and technologies. Their SK crane range can be electrically powered, and they are developing the world’s largest electric crane, the SK 6000. Moreover, their electric SPMT trailers allow emission-free transportation of heavy loads, while their WTA onshore wind turbine assembly climbing crane operates entirely on electricity.

The collaboration between Ørsted and Mammoet-Giant Taiwan marks a significant step towards Taiwan’s green energy goals. With their expertise and commitment to sustainability, Mammoet-Giant will play a crucial role in the success of these offshore wind projects, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable future.

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