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WINDENERGY HAMBURG 2016 PREVIEW WIND BIBBY HYDROMAP STAND NO. B4.EG.423


Bibby HydroMap provides hydrographic, geophysical, UXO, geotechnical and ROV survey services across the UK and Europe. From a fleet of 5 specialist vessels, the company brings almost 20 years of experience, with involvement on almost every UK Round 1, 2 and 3 wind farm in the UK, in addition to numerous Scottish and European licensing areas.


www.bibbyhydromap.com DEEPOCEAN STAND NO. 219 - HALL B1.OG


DeepOcean delivers challenging submarine array, export & interconnector power cable projects from concept to completion, whilst providing inspection, maintenance & repair services to offshore wind farm & subsea power network operators. Services are delivered with in-house expertise, a proven & flexible vessel fleet, together with the world’s most comprehensive suite of power cable trenching vehicles. www.deepoceangroup.com


ENERGY HAMBURG


2016


FRED. OLSEN WINDCARRIER STAND NO. B4 EG 326 Fred. Olsen Windcarrier provides innovative and tailored services for the transport, installation, and maintenance of offshore wind farms. The company offers a holistic solution including vessel operation, crew and turbine technician supply, in-house engineering and complete project management. The company currently owns and operates class leading jack-up vessels and a fleet of crew/service vessels.


www.windcarrier.com


HAUFF-TECHNIK


B5 STAND NO. 200


For 60 years, Hauff-Technik has specialized in the uncompromising sealing of all types of buildings and building functions. For example, for planning and implementation of onshore or offshore wind turbines: Hauff-Technik offers extensive support in individual technical planning, training in-line with requirements, and also on-site offshore service.


www.hauff-technik.com 56 www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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