Japanese offshore carriers launch vessel management collaboration

In a joint venture, K Line Wind Service and Penta-Ocean Construction will operate vessels that will handle installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms.

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Japanese offshore carrier K Line Wind Service (KWS) and Penta-Ocean Construction Co. have agreed to partner up on future operation of offshore vessels in connection with installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms in Japan, according to a press release.

To begin with, the two parties have signed a memorandum of understanding. The partnership has been set up as offshore wind power in Japan ”is expected to increase its supply capacity as a major source of renewable energy to commit to carbon neutrality by 2050,” reads the statement:

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