Keith Settle, CEO of Oxbo Mega Transport Solutions in the USA, will give delegates at the World Crane and Transport Summit an insight into a challenging project to transport wind turbine components for a wind power project in Oklahoma.

Oxbo Mega Transport, based near Portland, OR, used its Golhofer blade lifter earlier this year to transport some components, including 64 m long turbine blades, to the wind farm site.

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Oxbo Mega Transport used its Goldhofer blade lifter on the Oklahoma project.

Settle’s presentation will be on November 14, the second day of the conference, and part of a session dedicated to the safe construction of on-shore wind turbines.

The Summit is organised by ACT, International Cranes and Specialized Transport and KHL Group, and will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on November 13 and 14.

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Keith Settle, Oxbo Mega Transport Solutions.

In addition to the Oxbo presentation, David Collett, president of ESTA and managing director of transport company Collett & Sons, will outline new best practice guidelines being prepared by ESTA, working with FEM (the European Materials Handling Federation) and VDMA Power Systems.

Following Collett’s presentation there will be a round-table discussion on safe wind turbine transport and construction, with the following panelists:

  • Gerard Bastiaansen, managing director, Wagenborg Nedlift
  • David Collett, managing director, Collett & Sons Ltd & President, ESTA
  • Klaus Meissner, director engineering systems, product safety & IPM, Demag Mobile Cranes

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The full program for the Summit has now been completed. For details and to book your place visit www.khl-wcts.com

The conference is supported by SC&RA.

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