ECCEL is ideally located to serve wind farms on the East coast of the UK.ECCEL - the East Coast Centre for Energy Logistics - combines the central location and recently upgraded quayside and port facilities of Dundee with up to 60 acres of laydown and storage space, with craneage rated at up to 1,500 tonnes, and logistics and engineering services and support to serve wind farms on the East coast of the UK.
|No.||Wharf/Facility.||LOA||Draft||Deck Loading Capability|
|1||King George V Wharf||445m||8.5m||Not Heavy Lift|
|2||Caledon West Wharf||76m||9.5m||Not Heavy Lift|
|3||Princess Alexandra Wharf||256m||8.0m||Heavy Lift|
|4||Eastern Wharf||213m||8.0m||Heavy Lift|
|6||Caledon East Wharf||-||-||-|
|7||Prince Charles Wharf Existing||114m||9.0m||8.8t/m2 UDL|
|8||Prince Charles Wharf Construction||200m||9.0m||80t/m2 Crane Loadings|
The Port of Dundee is the most northerly port owned by Forth Ports. The Port is strategically located on the east coast of Scotland, midway between Aberdeen and the central belt.
Forth Ports recently announced an invested of £10 million to upgrade the quay side to allow heavy lift operations at the port. The port’s 300m quayside has a minimum water depths of 9m (LAT) and weight-bearing capacity of 20 tonne/m2 (80 tonne/m2 heavy lift pad in centre) and offers a laydown area of up to 60 acres.
When added to the onsite services of OM, Colletts and Motive it equips the port and the partners to be an ideal staging and marshalling location.
Motive Offshore's Dundee based Fabrication division offers a range of services including:
Collett & Sons Ltd provide a range of heavy transport, heavy lift, marine services and transport consulting for abnormal loads. As part of ECCEL, Collett offers a range of heavy haulage and SPMTs for use in and around the Dundee Port.
OM Heavy Lift provides the largest quayside crane in the UK. Our Gottwold 1500 will be permanently based at Dundee. Further information is provided in this datasheet.
OM Heavy Lift owns and operates a fleet of crawler cranes including: