Transport of 6 metres wide steelflanges

Freight: Steelflanges

Pickup: Bremerhaven

Destination: Cuxhaven

Bremer Lloyd has been requested to transport fastest possible 6-metre-wide steel flanges from Bremerhaven to Cuxhaven. Bremer Lloyd chartered a sea vessel, loaded the coaster directly at the Container Terminal and arranged for the cargo securing of the loose and the still on the Flatracks loaded Steelflanges.

Monopile flanges with a diameter of 6 metres

Freight: Monopile Flanges

Destination: Rostock

Bremer Lloyd secured the transport of multiple lots of monopile flanges, which required to be transported by sea, due to the big diameter of 6 metres. Bremer Lloyd arranged the sea transport and on-carriage to the factory.

Two Vestas V80 to Italy

Freight: 2x used Vestas V80

Pickup: Hofschwicheldt (Germany)

Destination: Bisaccia (Italy)

Bremer Lloyd has been awarded with the transport of two Vestas wind turbines from the dismantling area to erection area. Bremer Lloyd had to arrange the rental and mounting of the transport frames, which included the turning of rotor blades into stackable frames. A charter vessel has been employed to transport the turbines directly to Italy.


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Emergency rotor blade transport

Freight: Rotor blade

Pickup: Turkey

Destination: Spain

After the importing vessel was heavily delayed, Bremer Lloyd has been asked to work out a solution to transport a test rotor blade on the fastest way to a rotor blade test centre. The rotor blade has been discharged in Turkey and Bremer Lloyd fixed a vessel, which brought the rotor blade on a direct basis to Spain, where a truck was already waiting, enabling to deliver the rotor blade in time to the laboratory.

Transport of a drilling-rig

Freight: drilling-rig

Pickup: Renchen (Germany)

Destination: Chennai (India)

Bremer Lloyd was tasked with delivering a drilling-rig from Renchen in Germany to Chennai in India. The challenge here was the short notice and tight schedule. To save time for the permits for road transport, we loaded the rig with a weight of 41,8 tons and a length of 18,2 meters onto a river barge in Kehl and shipped it to Antwerp. Here, the track driven machine was loaded onto a Ro/Ro vessel bound for India.

Rotor house transport

Freight: Rotor house

Pickup: Zeebrügge (Belgium)

Destination: Montoir (France)

Bremer Lloyd has recently been awarded with the transport of a rotor house from Zeebrugge to Montoir. The circumstances that the rotor house had a diameter of more than 7 metres, lead to the decision to charter in a coaster vessel, which transported the rotor house directly to Montoir.

wind turbine and route survey

Freight: Wind turbine

Pickup: Germay

Destination: Corwen (Great Britain)

Bremer Lloyd has delivered a wind turbine from Germany to Corwen (UK). Since the components were supposed to be transported with special vehicles over the road up to the job site, a route survey of the narrow and winding British country roads was conducted, to make sure that the long and heavy components can fit without any problems and can be safely delivered to their final destination.


Recently a part of the Bremer Lloyd team participated the annual company run “B2Run”. Despite the bad weather conditions, everybody finished the course of 6.2 km along the Weser river and celebrated the success together afterwards. With 6,500 participants the B2Run event is the biggest company run in Bremen. Next year we’ll participate with our Team again!

Transport of a Weser ferry

Freight: Weser ferry

Pickup: Bremen

Destination: Londonderry

Bremer Lloyd has been awarded with the elaboration of a transport concept and the transport realization of a used Weser ferry. From the technical elaboration, to the procurement of the required lifting equipment, the coordination of loading and the chartering of the sea vessel, was everything in the responsibility of Bremer Lloyd.

Transport of rotor blades

Freight: Rotor blades

Pickup: Arkansas (USA)

Destination: Germany

Bremer Lloyd has again been awarded with the pickup of wind turbine blades ex works. The blades have been picked up in Arkansas and transported to the port of Houston, where they have been loaded on to a chartered sea vessel and shipped to Germany. The pickup and delivery was performed punctually and without any complications.