Second Batch Of Brazil-Bound Blades Set to Leave Duluth Port

Posted by NAW Staff on July 10, 2012 No Comments
Categories : Projects & Contracts

A second batch of 60 turbine blades headed for Brazil is set to depart the Port of Duluth, according to the Duluth Seaway Port Authority, located in Minnesota.

The port authority says the 60 wind turbine blades are being exported to Brazil for IMPSA Wind's CEARA II wind project.

The 37-meter blades – manufactured at LM Wind Power's plant in North Dakota – began arriving at the port in June and have been staged at its break-bulk terminal awaiting final delivery to Brazil.

Earlier this month, the port announced the first shipment of the blades had left for the Brazilian wind farm.

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