GERMAN OFFSHORE WIND INSIGHTS SERIES 2022 – #1 Supply Chains: Cranes and Logistics

10.03.2022
Venue: online via Zoom
Key Topic: German Offshore Wind Insights
Attendant: Sayuri Watanabe

About the event

The German Offshore Wind Initiative GOI is a project funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK). The aim is to promote international cooperation between the German offshore wind energy industry and Japan, Taiwan and the USA.

The newly initiated “German Offshore Wind Insights” series of events will help build business partnerships specifically between Japanese and German companies in the offshore wind business. The first webinar focuses on the topic of supply chains: cranes and logistics.

Note: This event is aimed exclusively at representatives of companies based in Japan or their subsidiaries or representatives of Japanese project offices. Language: English-Japanese (simultaneous translation).

 

Date and Time

Thursday, March 10, 2022 | 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (CET), 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (JST)

Online via Zoom

 

Program

Opening Remarks
  • Introduction of German Offshore Wind Initiative GOI
    Sayuri Watanabe – Japan Representative (German Offshore Wind Initiative)
Presentation by industry
  • Latest trend of port/offshore wind crane activities in Europe and Liebherr’s experiences
    Roman Chopyk – Sales Manager (Liebherr MCCtec Rostock GmbH)

 

  • Important role of the logistics in large-sized offshore wind projects and Rhenus’s solutions.
    Mr. Björn Wittek – Managing Director (Rhenus Offshore Logistics GmbH & Co. KG)

 

  • O&M activities and david-crane’s role and d-i davit’s best practice
    Mr. Thorsten Wessels – Sales Manager (d-i davit international hische GmbH)

 

Closing remarks

 

You can download the program as a PDF here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration

Registration is requested. Please use the registration form provided for this purpose. Note: This event is aimed exclusively at representatives of companies based in Japan or their subsidiaries or representatives of Japanese project offices. Language: English-Japanese (simultaneous translation). Lecture language is English with simultaneous Japanese translation.