Ampelmann takes the lead as the gangway provider for US offshore wind

Offshore wind is growing exponentially around the globe and Ampelmann is at the forefront of this – especially in the US market.

The Netherlands-based offshore access provider recently signed six new contracts in the offshore wind market in the US for 2023, 2024 and 2025. The contracts set for 2023 have been secured for work on two new offshore wind farms being built off the coast in New England. In the coming year, Ampelmann’s motion compensated gangways will assist with the hook-up, cabling and commissioning of turbines on Vineyard and Southfork wind farms, two of the first commercial offshore wind farms in the US that will provide clean energy to the region.

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