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Offshore Wind Logistics 2012

Start Date:30 Jan 12 End Date:01 Feb 12


Offshore wind plays a crucial role in the UK and mainland Europe's ability to hit its energy targets. Time is running out very quickly on the ability to meet them.

The 2011 Offshore Wind Logistics event shone a much needed and timely spotlight on the challenges affecting the delivery of Europe and the UK's ambitious wind programmes.

Building on this success, the 2012 second annual Offshore Wind Logistics event will focus on establishing a logistics strategy appropriate for the construction, O&M and supply of larger, further from shore wind developments. This event will tackle issues such as vessel shortages, challenging environmental conditions, increasing ROI, and the necessary port development to establish an efficient logistical model.

Attend Offshore Logistics 2012 and you will leave with a clear understanding of how you can streamline your logistics supply chain, and more forwards with industry development. Whether you are a wind farm developer, manufacturer, logistics solution provider or a vessel operator, this event provides essential information on overcoming the barriers which increase cost, risk and time delay for your projects.


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