At the beginning of January/2024, Enseada successfully concluded the first Grain handling operation at its Terminal. The Ultramax ship...
Enseada begins operations in the renewable energy segment
Enseada has taken the definitive step to enter the renewable energy market. Today, July 22nd, the company must complete at its Private Use Terminal (TUP) the unloading of the first ship with complete wind turbines to be installed in the wind farms of Tanque Novo and Caetité. Until then, the cargo will be stored in Enseada’s bonded area of approximately 750 thousand square meters, located in Maragojipe, in Bahia’s Recôncavo region.
Four additional unloading operations are planned, totaling 40 complete wind turbines (nacelles, hubs, towers, and blades) received, stored, and transported to their final destination.
According to the president of Enseada, Maurício Almeida, the operation consolidates the company’s logistics hub as a complete solution for the current demands involving wind cargo in the state. “Bahia is a leader in wind power generation and has an asset that offers a complete solution for the development of a wind cluster involving logistics operations and manufacturing of wind components,” guarantees the executive.
Almeida complements that the project is part of the strategic plan of Enseada industrial complex, which involves meeting the demands related to onshore wind farms and, in the future, offshore wind farms.
According to Enseada’s Commercial Director, Carlos Tsubake, “our company is ready to meet the needs of the 227 wind farms and the entire production chain in operation in Bahia and other states.
The Enseada industrial, naval, and port complex is the result of a R$3 billion private investment. The company is part of Brazilian business group, Novonor, which has delivered more than 3,000 projects on five continents.