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    HBIS Super Wide Wind Power Steel Building US Key Part of New Coastal Wind Farm Project

    August 2, 2022 - InPR


      HBIS has made the first delivery of its 6,907tons of high end wind power steel to its clients, among them, the order quantity of super-wide steel plate above 3,300mm accounts for more than 50%, to build the key part of US Vineyard Wind Costal Wind Power Project.

      Technological innovation and upgrade have been leading the development of HBIS. HBIS has increased investment in scientific research and development to explore new technologies and products. In the face of the needs of foreign wind farm projects, we conducted technical communication with customers in several rounds and customized differentiated production and supply schemes for them. In view of the requirement of short delivery time, high technical needs and difficult production organization, we constantly optimize the production process, innovate and add additional points of smelting and rolling, overcome the technical problems of steel plate surface quality volatility and other industrial problems, and ensure that the performance of steel plate is better than customer requirements. In the process of shipping organization, according to the special situation of extremely difficult transportation, research and develop special product shipping plans, arrange time according to the delivery date, and make full efforts to organize and coordinate, so as to ensure that qualified steel plates are delivered to customers as scheduled.

      Vineyard Wind project is located on US East Coast with a total capacity of 30GW after its completion, which roughly equal to the world's total installed capacity in 2020.


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