OGDENSBURG, NY, June 29, 2018 at 12:10 PM – The MV Lolland, home port: Monrovia, Liberia arrived at the Port of Ogdensburg Friday morning delivering wind blades bound for the 80 MW Copenhagen Wind Farm, Copenhagen, NY. The EDF Renewables project will be built by September 2018 and operational by November 2018 and consists of 40 turbines 2 MW turbines.
The Liberia Flagged Marine Vessel Lolland was launched in 2011 and is a Multi-Purpose Dry Cargo Ship. Specifications include: Gross Tonnage: 12772, Deadweight: 17370 t, Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 143.85m × 22.79m (472’x 75’) and drafts 6.4 m (21’).
“We are delighted to welcome the MV Lolland to the Port of Ogdensburg.” said Mr. Wade A. Davis, Executive Director of the Authority. “This is another excellent example of how past State and Federal investments into regional infrastructure create jobs and economic opportunities in the future”.
Oversight of the Ogdensburg Bridge & Port Authority is provided through the hard work and dedicated efforts of the Authority’s Board of Directors including: Samuel J. LaMacchia, Chairman, Douglas W. Loffler, Vernon “Sam” Burns, Megan Whitton, Christopher Coffin and the Authority’s Executive Director Wade A. Davis. The Authority’s mission is to manage regional infrastructure while working with the private sector to create jobs and investment.