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Allelys transports wind power transformers up hills, across bridges and on narrow winding roads To ensure that the power generated by the 950 MW Moray East wind farm, which is currently under construction off the Scottish coast, can be delivered to consumers as 230 V electricity in 2022, an onshore substation with three transformers is currently being built inland at New Deer. The transport professionals of the British Allelys Group, commissioned by project freight forwarder deugro, delivered the first of these over 260 ton and almost twelve meter long transformers to the construction site on 27 October 2019 ? using the new
The 56-kilometer route from the port of Peterhead to New Deer, with its many hills, bends and bridges, presented a whole number of challenges, which were minimized with the help of Allelys? recently acquired 10) to 32 (2x16) axles, it can be used for a wide range of transport operations.
Right at the beginning of the journey it became clear that the ng and preparations beforehand and the greatest care and attention on the road, the 70-meter-long convoy ? complete with police escort ? overcame this obstacle without a hitch as well as the following 90-degree bends, roundabouts and bridge barriers. ?It proved a big advantage to be able to use the Goldhofer vessel bridge in a short configuration of ten axles at the front and ten at the rear. That makes us much more maneuverable and above all more economical,? says company owner David Allely.
The transport specialists also took the bridges to be crossed and the hilly sections of the route in their stride. With its 1600 mm vertical lifting stroke and levelling system, the
Andreas Menzel, Corporate Global Key Account Manager at deugro group, adds: ?The Goldhofer
Allelys Group is one of the largest and most successful transport and heavy haulage specialists in the UK. For more than 20 years the British transport experts have placed their trust in heavy-duty equipment supplied by Goldhofer. ?We purchased our first THP/LT 12-axle modular trailer in 1996 and since then have added various Goldhofer vehicles to our fleet,? says David Allely. The versatile modules and special equipment are a driving force behind the entrepreneurial dynamism of Allelys Group, which today is not only one of the market leaders in the UK but also handles demanding transport projects throughout Europe.
deugro is a highly specialized project freight forwarder with a strong focus on turnkey logistics solutions for industrial projects. We have a proven track record in successfully executing projects of any magnitude, even under the most challenging conditions and requirements.
deugro focuses wholly on identifying and solving clients? specific needs with unique tailor-made solutions that fulfill all requirements. To deliver the best in both cost and performance, deugro serves as an extension of its clients in their respective supply chains. It provides ocean and inland waterway freight services, road and rail transportation as well as airfreight to almost any destination.
Thanks to a vast network of more than 70 company-owned offices in over 40 countries, deugro leverages comprehensive and in-depth expertise around the world to deliver on its promise. Clients benefit from global coverage and local expertise at every major industrial hub.
deugro was founded in 1924 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany and is a family-owned enterprise in its third generation, with nearly a century of experience in the logistics industry. Today, deugro is an independent company of the deugro group, which is comprised of several companies focusing on project freight forwarding, ocean transportation of heavy lift and project cargo, transport and marine engineering as well as specialized transportation assets.
The Goldhofer Group has about 800 employees designing and producing practical heavy haul and special transport solutions for the most challenging logistics requirements. The beginnings of the company with its twin locations in Memmingen and Ostfildern, Germany go all the way back to 1705.
The Transport Technology division delivers user-oriented haulage solutions and a full range of dedicated accessories for on- and off-road operations with payloads of up to 15,000 tons and more, plus regional modifications tailored to the local infrastructure and market requirements. In addition to trailers and semi-trailers for the construction and haulage industries, Goldhofer also supplies transport systems for the wind power industry and a range of heavy-duty combinations with and without hydrostatic drive for transporting oversized and heavy cargos.
The Airport Technology division has a focus on the specific requirements of airport logistics. The division?s wide range of conventional and towbarless aircraft tow tractors, aircraft recovery systems, and cargo and baggage tractors in all size classes are reliable performers for continuous operations in ground support at airports worldwide. With its transport solutions in zero-emission e-versions (
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