DEME’s revolutionary offshore installation vessel Green Jade officially joined the fleet on 30 June. The occasion was celebrated during a festive naming ceremony, held at the Kaohsiung shipyard in Taiwan. Green Jade is the second vessel of its kind to join...
DEME will install 1 GW of offshore wind capacity for the Hai Long wind farms in Taiwan. The large contract, said to be worth in excess of EUR 300 million, covers transport and installation of the foundations, turbines and offshore substation. The milestone deal...
Belgian dredging company DEME and Taiwanese shipbuilding group CSBC have recently begun construction of the floating and heavy lift installation vessel Green Jade for the Taiwanese offshore wind market. To reduce its carbon footprint, the ship will make use of its...
The floating DP3 heavy lift and installation vessel Green Jade will be equipped with a Huisman crane. Belgian offshore contractor DEME is building the ship with its Taiwanese partner CSBC. The Offshore Mast Crane is to have a lifting capacity of 4000 metric tonnes....
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