Turbine components on the move in Greece

Cosmatos Group, part of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), were contracted to unload wind turbine components arriving on board the MV Chipolbrok Pacific vessel at Thessaloniki Port prior to their transit to North Macedonia.

wind turbines delivered by vessel to port in greece The vessel transporting the turbines arrives at port. (Photo: WWPC)

This was the biggest vessel ever arrived at Thessaloniki port to discharge wind farm parts.

The shipment comprised of nine complete set of wind turbine parts, weighing nearly 6,000 tonnes.

There were 219 units in one shipment, with the heaviest unit generator weighing 95 tonnes.

The scope of work for the Cosmatos team included unlashing/unwelding at Thessaloniki port, offloading in tandem and single lift as well as port arrangements for temporary storage at a port designated area and the inward customs clearance formalities.

wind turbines being offloaded at the port Cosmatos Group were tasked with unloading the turbines at the port. (Photo: WWPC)

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