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Bladefence is expanding to the Canadian market in 2016. Considering the company’s experience in operating in the Nordic weather conditions, its service portfolio is well suited for the Canadian market.

Further Janneniska Group, the majority shareholder of Bladefence, has acquired a suspended platform to access wind turbines with more than 104 meters hub height and offshore. Particularly in Finland, where the hub heights are reaching 140 – 160 meters, the new platform will allow Bladefence to carry out blade maintenance work on these turbines. The company’s main method of access is still the skylift due to its fast set-up, however, acquiring the platform has been necessary in order to cater for the maintenance needs for higher turbines and offshore.

Bladefence expands to the Canadian market and adds new service to its portfolio

Bladefence is expanding to the Canadian market in 2016. Considering the company’s experience in operating in the Nordic weather conditions, its service portfolio is well suited for the Canadian market. Janneniska, the majority shareholder of Bladefence, has acquired a suspended platform to access wind turbines with more than 104 meters hub height and offshore. Particularly in Finland, where the hub heights are reaching 140 – 160 meters, the new platform will allow Bladefence to carry out blade maintenance work on these turbines. The company’s main method of access is still the skylift due to its fast set-up, however, acquiring the platform has been necessary in order to cater for the maintenance needs for higher turbines and offshore.

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