The Taiwan team. Working hard in the port of Taichung

We are delighted to bring you some updates to the recent operations in Taiwan, specifically the sunny port of Taichung

The team have made fantastic progress, establishing all necessary groundwork for preassembly.

Back in Northern Ireland the CASC engineering team have worked closely with this project to provide a range of cut and finished parts, cleverly engineered to be delivered flat and then assembled on site.

Our electrical team were delighted to see the on-time arrival of our custom designed, in house manufactured power container. This mobile unit will be essential in aiding the electrical team with operations.

We will be working on the final stages of assembly in the next few weeks. We cannot wait to showcase the further progress the team make and our continuing contribution to the renewables industry.

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