Barrus Projects Delivers Wind Power Blades to Russia14. August 2019
Barrus Projects, member of the Project Logistics Alliance for Russia and Kazakhstan, has successfully completed the complex transportation of a full volume of wind blades from Bangalore, India to the construction site of a wind farm in the Russian Federation.
This was part of the project for the construction of the Adygea Wind Power Plant, being built by NovaWind JSC. The project teams of Barrus Logistics, Barrus Projects and Special Transport and Engineering (part of the Barrus group) in the Russian Federation and India were nominated for the transportation of the full volume of blades (60 sets or 180 units of blades).
The LM wind power blades have the following dimensions (LxWxH) 49.42 m x 3.66 m x 2.88 m and weigh 10.4 MT each. Barrus is extremely proud of the outstanding work carried out by their employees in India and the Russian Federation (Samara, St. Petersburg, Novorossiysk, Rostov-on-Don, Moscow, Astrakhan) for the needs of NovaWind JSC and the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM in the wind power sector, which is new to Russia. Their timely delivery of one of the most difficult wind turbine components in terms of transportation, allowed their client to carry out the first wind turbine installation at the site of the Adygea wind farm: http://novawind.ru/press/news/news_item.php?page=244
Project teams of Barrus Projects, Barrus Logistics and Special Transport and Engineering continue their active work for the needs of NovaWind JSC and ROSATOM, since there are still 328 more sets (or 948 blades) to be delivered for the construction of the next 20 wind turbine platforms in the Southern Federal District.
Great job Barrus and good luck for the remaining sets to come!
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