Jan De Nul Group chooses BOW Terminal Eemshaven as marshalling yard
Jan De Nul Group has chosen BOW Terminal’s Eemshaven marshalling yard for the Gode Wind 3 and Borkum Riffgrund 3 offshore wind farm projects.
The 242MW Gode Wind 3 and 900MW Borkum Riffgrund 3 wind farms are owned and developed by Danish
renewable energy giant Ørsted. Both wind farms are being built in the German North Sea, starting this summer, with full commercial operation scheduled for early 2025.
Jan De Nul Group will take care of the transport and installation of a total of 107 monopile foundations and
secondary steel from the yard. 106 monopiles will be for wind turbines and one will be for the offshore substation. Each monopile weighs around 1,500t in total. BOW Terminal’s General Manager Jean Pierre van Lieshout is pleased that Jan De Nul Group has given BOW Terminal the confidence to carry out this great project, “We are proud to be carrying out our first project in Eemshaven at the Beatrixhaven. We are convinced that we can bring the project to a successful conclusion together with all parties involved.”
BOW Terminal offers these marshalling services on their new location in Eemshaven, based in the Beatrixhaven in the northern part of the Province of Groningen, The Netherlands. This new location was created because the terminal at the Wilhelminahaven has been leased for the long term. BOW was able to
develop another terminal suitable for heavy loads in a very short time. Both the entire quay and the site are suitable for handling 30t/m2. Q3 Heavy Lift will take care of the logistics activities at the terminal on behalf of BOW Terminal.