On January 18th, 2022, the horn of the “New Silk Road” barge signified CSE’s successful delivery of wind turbine installation vessel boomrest main structure （boomrest main structure of wind turbine installation vessel） to CSBC Corporation, Taiwan.
“Grade Jade”, the wind turbine installation vessel, is outfitted with a 4,000-ton crane and is distinguished as one of the world's biggest and most cutting-edge wind turbine installation vessels under construction currently. Owned by CDWE (Taiwan's first offshore wind power EPCI contractor), it can operate in the most adverse conditions thanks to its 4,000-ton crane and DP3 technology. It is designed to install massive piles and jackets in deeper waters, and is envisioned to support the future development needs of wind turbines with larger capacity and bigger wind power projects in the offshore field. (to satisfy future offshore market demand for larger capacity turbine and bigger wind farm projects )
The project contract was signed between CSE and CSBC Corporation, Taiwan in June 2021. The implementation of the project was marked by a myriad of challenges such as short deadline (tight schedule), high technical quality requirements and unconventional structure sizes, but the project team actively communicated with the client, maintained genuine and effective control over every step of the process to ensure no detail is overlooked, and took substantive measures to ascertain manufacturing quality. (Strong and effective quality control for every procedure, ensuring detail-orientated and highly quality construction)The project was completed 15 days ahead of schedule, and CSE earned critical acclaim (highly compliment) from the client because of the outstanding outcome (performance). This boomrest main structure project is the fruit of the SCE's relentless efforts devoted to the overseas wind power market, (It’s outcome of company ambitious business development to expand oversea market) the first such project in Taiwan, China, and a demonstration of CSE's world-class capability in the manufacturing of mega structures and components for large-scale wind power installation vessels.