Vessels & Access - Vessels evolve to meet demand

A new generation of purpose-built vessels is easing access to far-offshore turbines

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Sepcial Report - Vessels & Access - Vessels evolve to meet demand

The rapid growth of offshore wind power in the past few years and a move towards larger projects further away from the coast has brough to the fore the importance of high-quality shipping services for this burgeoning sector. The vessels sector is aware of the need to introduce better designs and more creative business practices. This report shows how it can be done, and how the various players involved must come together to make it a success.

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