KIMUA takes part in the first Offshore Wind Farm of United States

KIMUA takes part in the first Offshore Wind Farm of United States by engineering and manufacturing a Tower Assembly and Storage Frame; KIMUA’s tool is currently being used in the erection of GE’s wind turbines at its Tower Assembly Facility in Providence Port (Rhode Island).

Wacth the following video published by GE:

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Source: General Electric. Block Island Wind Farm Tower Assembly Event at ProvPort from Deepwater Wind on Vimeo.

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