Vestas invests in crane technology

With the second investment through its venture platform, turbine maker Vestas banks on Swedish technology to perform heavy lifting at more than 200 meters height.

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Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has invested in company S&L Access Systems, which has developed a crane that sets new standards for the industry.

In a statement, the turbine maker writes that its investment in the Salamander Quick Lift Crane Technology will strengthen its position within sustainable energy solutions and reduce emissions from the value chain.

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