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FEATURE SPONSOR


LOGISTICS


It’s a long swim home & another working day lost…


…should have gone to MAN!


AN INDUSTRY GAME-CHANGER


Come visit us at SEAWORK stand PB1


CWind is a leading provider of services to the offshore wind industry. As one of the first Integrated Service Providers in the market, the company offers customers a huge array of solutions ranging from providing turbine technician manpower to corrosion protection, blade repair, inspections and maintenance (topside and subsea), cable pull-ins, subsea survey and generator management. Alongside this offering, they now also deliver power cable installation, maintenance and storage solutions. This wider scope places them perfectly to manage and deliver entire cable packages covering the lifecycle of an offshore windfarm from the feed stage with detailed desk top studies and route surveys, through to the installation and protection of cable. Services can be provided on-demand or a by way of bespoke packages, both to ensure the success of client projects.


UK Leading MAN Dealer Sales, Service & Support Poole • Plymouth • Grimsby


www.mandiesel.co.ukinfo@mandiesel.co.uk • +44 (0)1202 622346


Innovative solutions. Expert knowledge.


CWind has a proven track record of delivering cost-effective and innovative solutions and is equipped with everything a project is likely to need. This includes a fleet of 18 fuel-efficient and modular crew transfer vessels, the latest and largest of which, the 27.4 metre catamaran CWind Phantom, joined the fleet earlier this year. Via parent company Global Marine Systems Limited, the company now has access to a larger pool of assets including the C.S. Sovereign, a highly capable cable installation and maintenance vessel which has installed almost 400 inter-array cables globally, as well as a diverse array of subsea equipment, including the Q1000 jet trenching Remotely Operated Vehicle, which will support CWind’s ability to deliver more complex work packages.


NATIONAL WINDFARM TRAINING CENTRES


Complementing the company’s offshore solutions, the company’s fully accredited National Windfarm Training Centres are a one- stop-shop for essential GWO courses. Delivering wind industry training from basic safety to advanced upskilling programmes for specialists; for professionals, by professionals.


TRUSTED PARTNER


Eaton has over forty years’ of experience in supplying high integrity telecommunication, signaling and surveillance products for use in marine, power generation, process and safety markets.


Learn more


Since the company’s first contract with DONG Energy, CWind is now a trusted partner across Europe, delivering reliable and responsive solutions on over 40 windfarms to-date which includes projects in the North Sea, Irish Sea and Baltic Sea. Always looking to build upon its values, the company takes


great pride in building relationships based on trust and delivering excellence and never compromises on safety which in itself builds credibility in the company, its employees, products and solutions.


CWind PROVEN TRACK RECORD


www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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