Sea transported wind turbine towers

Sea transported wind turbine towers

Over the last 2 months, our RollDock Sea has been a frequent visitor to the ports of Aabenraa, Sassnitz, Cuxhaven, Aalborg, Oostende, Esbjerg and Hanstholm in support of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy’s Osterild, Arkona Becken and Rentel projects. Throughout the time...
New set-up in South East Asia / Pacific region

New set-up in South East Asia / Pacific region

For many years, Roll Group and its clients have relied on Mr. Nick Doggett as Roll Group’s representative for most South East Asian countries, Australia and New Zealand. Roll Group is re-organizing their worldwide representation and as a result Roll Group will end...
Flying windmill blades onboard Sea and Sky

Flying windmill blades onboard Sea and Sky

The RollDock Sea and the RollDock Sky recently finished to discharge no less than 72 windmill blades of 70 meters length, following two uneventful trips from El Ferrol (Spain) to Pitea (Sweden). The blades were stored in frames three layers high on the vessel’s...
Roll-Lift USA transported windmill blades

Roll-Lift USA transported windmill blades

Roll-Lift USA transported the first 67 meter windmill blades to arrive in the United States. In order to transport these Vestas blades engineered modifications were made to our 48 meter Nooteboom trailers. These blades were transported from shipside to place of rest...
Sea transported 36 windmill blades

Sea transported 36 windmill blades

The RollDock Sea recently finished to discharge no less than 36 windmill blades of 70 meters length, following an uneventful trip from El Ferrol (Spain) to Pitea (Sweden). The blades were stored in frames three layers high on the vessel’s tanktop. On the hatch covers,...
Successful transport of STS cranes by Bering

Successful transport of STS cranes by Bering

BigRoll Bering transported successfully STS cranes to Spain. The three STS cranes are ready to operate in the port of Malaga. In one week, the BigRoll Bering transported these cranes, each 1350 ton, from Port Said in Egypt, to its final destination in Spain. Thanks to...