Here are a few pictures from the day.
The world's first Robot Center for large structures launched at the Port of Odense.
This week Bladt Industries was part of the kickoff event.
Everyone is talking about the green transition, but the robots are doing something about it. This is the background for LSP - Large Structure Production Center - the world's first center for the development of automation and robots to build large structures such as wind turbines, ships and buildings in combined laboratory facilities.
We are happy to have been part of the kickoff of LSP this week. As part of the event held by University of Southern Denmark at Odense Port on Tuesday, May 17, we were given the opportunity to give guests a look into Bladt Industries' large Hall East, at our site at Odense Port. Here, we are well underway preparing for the production of XXL foundations of up to 15 meters in diameter that will help us support the foundation for the green transition even further.
Read the press release (in Danish): from University of Southern Denmark here: Nyheder fra SDU - Syddansk Universitet
The launch event was held by University of Southern Denmark
From left: Anders Søe-Jensen, CEO at Bladt Industries, Jens Ringsmose, Rector at University of Southern Denmark, Henrik Bindslev, Dean at the Faculty of Engineering at University of Southern, Claus Jensen, Union Chairman at the Danish Metalworkers' Union and Jakob Wilkens, Union Representative at Bladt Industries.
About Bladt Industries
Bladt Industries is a leading supplier within offshore wind turbines. In the last 25 years, the company has delivered more than 2,500 offshore wind turbine foundations, equivalent to more than a third of all the world's offshore wind turbines. Bladt Industries has also supplied a significant number of offshore substations for offshore wind farms. Bladt Industries is the foundation for the green energy transition offshore.
Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime sign selected supplier contract for two offshore substations for the Baltic Power project
A consortium of strategic partners Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime has been appointed selected supplier of two offshore substations for the Baltic Power project, a joint venture of ORLEN Group and Northland Power Inc. aiming to supply more than 1.5 million households with clean power by 2026.