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Ampelmann and Seaway7 Partner for Major US Offshore Wind Project

Ampelmann, a global offshore access specialist, has signed a significant contract with Seaway7 to supply an E5000 gangway for a major US offshore wind project. This marks the company’s continued involvement in the emerging US offshore wind market, following its successful engagements in South Fork and Vineyard Wind.


The contract will see the deployment of the E5000 gangway, the world’s largest motion-compensated system, with a lifting capacity of 4,600kg. The gangway is designed to enable safe and efficient personnel transfers and cargo operations in variable sea states.

Ampelmann has expanded its local presence in the US, with two new offices on the East Coast, in Boston, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island. The company has hired local operators, maintenance and project managers, and warehouse coordinators to provide fully localized operational support.

According to Joseph Gabriel, Ampelmann’s Business Developer for US wind, “We are honored to be working with Seaway7 on this important project. Our investment in local personnel and infrastructure demonstrates our commitment to the US offshore wind market.”

The partnership between Ampelmann and Seaway7 marks a significant milestone in the development of the US offshore wind industry, and both companies are excited to be at the forefront of this emerging market.

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