Vattenfall and Bladt Industries just signed the contract for delivery of the transition pieces for the Danish Kriegers Flak Offshore Wind Farm.
Bladt will fabricate 72 transition pieces for the project, and the production is planned to start-up in July 2019. Delivery of the last transition pieces are planned 12 months after production start. All 72 transition pieces will be fabricated at the facilities in Aalborg, Denmark.
“We value our cooperation with Vattenfall highly, and we are very pleased to be working with Vattenfall on the Kriegers Flak project. We look forward to being part of making this project a success for all parties.” Says Lars Bender, Vice President, Head of Commercial and Sales, Wind & Energy.
The order intake in 2018 has been very positive for Bladt within the offshore wind segment with the completion of contracts for; the Belgian Northwester 2, the Dutch Borssele 1&2, and now also the Danish Kriegers Flak, which all have been signed and sealed in 2018.
"The success we have had on the order intake is attributable to the amazing efforts our employees do every day in relation to our customers and the unique “Bladt spirit" that characterises our company. So we are naturally very proud and happy about the orders we have landed over the last year." says Lars Bender, Vice President, Head of Commercial and Sales, Wind & Energy.
The transition pieces will have a diameter of up to 6.4 metres, a length of 16 metres, and a weight of 160 tonnes.
Kriegers Flak Offshore Wind Farm is owned and developed by Vattenfall AB. It will become the largest Danish Offshore Wind Farm, when it is up running in 2021, supplying electricity to 600,000 Danish households.