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Global Wind Turbine Shipping & Logistics – A Research Area of the Future?

Presented at the 2013 International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems in Singapore, this paper investigates shipping and logistics challenges of the rapidly growing wind turbine industry using an end-to-end supply chain perspective. It presents results of an exploratory study including 200+ interviews, site and conference visits conducted over 2+ years, to uncover current/future shipping and logistics challenges of this particular industry.

Offshore Windfarm Shipping & Logistics, The Danish Anholt Offshore Windfarm as a case study.

Presented at the EAWE 9th annual Ph.D. seminar in Wind Energy in Europe, this paper uses an extensive exploratory study to describe high-level shipping/logistics/SCM challenges faced in wind farm development by industry players. The Anholt offshore wind farm case study experiment is also presented to validate the exploratory study. Here.