On the Atlantic coast, the Sheet Harbour Marine Terminal, 115 kilometres northeast of Halifax, handled components for a large windmill project this summer, said Patrick
Bohan of Halifax Port Authority, which now operates Sheet Harbour. “Sheet Harbour was an excellent place about an hour closer to the wind farm than Halifax, so it worked very nicely,” Mr. Bohan said. About 50 turbines, brought in from Europe, were handled at
Sheet Harbour for about three small wind farms near the terminal.
BAHRI TABUK visits the port of Sheet Harbour
The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri)
The company operates 5 fully owned multipurpose vessels, deployed between Arabian Gulf – Indian Subcontinent – Red Sea – Mediterranean – US / Canada East Coast route on a regular frequency. These ships are specialized in carrying general, projects cargo and several types of RoRo cargoes and are equipped with heavy lift cranes; each ship with a dwt of approx. 26,000 tons.