Barrus Projects Becomes RAWI FORUM 2021 Partner

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The partner of the annual International Wind Energy Forum RAWI FORUM 2021 is once again Barrus. Project Logistics (a member of the RAWI), a recognised leader in the field of heavy-tonnage cargo transportation in Russia, the CIS-countries and other regions of the world.

Wind farm developers in Russia trust Barrus Projects to transport wind turbine blades and nacelles, as the company offers its clients unique packaged project logistics solutions. The scale

The company has developed unique logistics projects for the construction of large industrial and power assets, including gas and oil refineries, nuclear and gas power plants, solar power plants and, of course, wind farms.

With a wide network of offices in Russia and around the world, Barrus Projects manages major projects, from pre-FEED and FEED consultancy to logistics risk assessment, planning and budgeting for the delivery of heavy haul – from anywhere in the world to the construction site – and installation work.

The company’s competitive advantages are one of the most professional project teams in the CIS-countries with 20 years of experience, its own engineering team and a vehicle pool with specialist equipment: Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Scania ballast tractors; Goldhofer THP-SL and Scheuerle K25 semi-trailers; Demag CC4000 crawler cranes; Enerpac SBL 1100 T hydraulic portal system; Holmatro hydraulic horizontal handling system and lift control system.

As a member of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry, Barrus Projects actively participates in its events and annually supports the organisation of the International Wind Energy Forum.

We invite other companies involved in the construction, engineering and maintenance of wind farms and the manufacture of wind power components, as well as those who are just planning to enter the wind energy market, to tell about their business and share their experience at the International Wind Energy Forum RAWI FORUM 2021 in Moscow on December 1-2!


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