GES CRANE COMPLETED ITS FIRST WIND TURBINE ASSEMBLY IN SPAIN
The crane has started works in a wind farm in Galicia
A year ago, GES announced the acquisition of a LG 1750 capable of assembling the largest wind turbines on the market. The crane has started works in Spain lately and it already completed the first turbine assembly in a wind farm in Galicia (Spain).
The crane acquisition is a milestone for GES’ installation activity and enables GES as integrator, capable of developing turnkey solutions including a wide scope: civil and electrical works, transport, cranes, and installation.
The acquisition of this crane represents a milestone for GES in the installation activity, turning the multinational into an integrator capable of providing turnkey solutions including engineering, civil works, electrical works, transport, cranes and installation.
The crane gives GES more availability for wind turbine installation in Spain, a market in which there is a high demand for this activity. GES has also agreements with the most relevant crane companies in the regions where the multinational is present, to offer integrated installation services. GES offers the entire work range involved in wind turbines installation, including transport, cranes, assembly and commissioning.
GES´ crane will be working in the Spanish market for the rest of the year. The scheduled plan includes the assembly of 40 engine over the next months.