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CIMC RAFFLES ENTERS WIND POWER COOPERATION

CIMC RAFFLES ENTERS WIND POWER COOPERATION

Thursday, December 31, 2020 

Chinese shipbuilder CIMC Raffles and Huadian Heavy Industries have signed a strategic cooperation agreement on offshore wind power and offshore equipment, focusing on close communication and cooperation in fields such as offshore turbine installation, equipment leasing and sales, and innovative applications of offshore wind power technology.

Huadian Heavy Industries is one of the largest offshore engineering general contracting companies in China, and an important part of Huadian Group's engineering technology sector committed to providing total solutions for customers in offshore wind power engineering, material transportation engineering, thermal engineering, steel structure engineering, etc. with its business model including EPC general contracting, equipment manufacturing and investment operation.

Founded in Shandong over 40 years ago, CIMC Raffles is a leading general contractor of offshore engineering equipment in China. Relying on the ability and experience accumulated in offshore engineering, ocean ranching and other fields, CIMC Raffles has successfully developed products such as floating wind power equipment representing the future trend through independent innovation and China EU interaction. In recent years, CIMC Raffles has entered into the offshore wind power business and signed strategic cooperation agreements with several national wind power partners providing wind power installation ships, offshore substation, wind turbine jacket foundation and other projects. CIMC Gretha, a semi-submersible crane vessel built and owned by CIMC Raffles, will participate in offshore wind energy projects.

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