Team treats Kangana for good work in ‘Panga’

first_imgTeam treats Kangana for good work in ‘Panga’Kangana Ranaut was treated with a lavish south Indian meal by her team to appreciate the efforts she has been putting in as a kabaddi player in Pangaadvertisement Mail Today Bureau June 5, 2019UPDATED: June 5, 2019 11:39 IST Kangana Ranaut was treated with a lavish south Indian meal by her team to appreciate the efforts she has been putting in as a kabaddi player in Panga . Ranaut has been working really hard to get into character by gaining and losing weight, doing pilates, slogging in the gym and learning the sport. The team shared this picture of her enjoying the food on Instagram on Tuesday.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byApoorva Abhay Uzagare Tags :Follow Kangana RanautFollow TreatFollow PangaFollow Kabaddi playerFollow South Indian meallast_img read more

Blue Water Transports the World’s Largest Wind Turbine

first_imgzoom Blue Water has handled the logistics and transport of the world’s largest wind turbine – the V164 8MW produced by Vestas. The assignment was to handle four sea freight transports from Aalborg, Lindoe and Southampton in connection with the installation of the test turbine.The first transport in the project included the very large and high turbine tower which was shipped in five sections.“We have prepared for months and have had a close cooperation with Vestas throughout this challenging project. No projects are the same in our business and there is no universal solution for wind projects but we have both the in-house experts as well as decades of experience in creating solutions for all kinds of projects”, says Arnt Vad Jensen, project manager from Blue Water.Blue Water completed the transport project in the beginning of December, when the vessels “Eendracht” and “Meri” delivered the nacelle and the more than 80 m long blades. All transports went according to plan, and Vestas expect that the world’s largest wind turbine is installed at the test center in Oesterild in the Northern part of Denmark around the beginning of 2014.“We deliver wind turbines to wind parks all over the world for Vestas which is a good and important client for us. In addition, we are proud to have been selected to provide special transports like this one”, says Brian Sørensen, Head of sales and marketing from Blue Water’s wind logistics department.For years, Blue Water has transported wind turbines for Vestas and other wind turbine manufacturers, and in the summer of 2013, Blue Water completed another special transport as Vestas’ prototype of their V126 model was shipped to Hanstholm. Print  Close My location 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 Blue Water Shipping, December 20, 2013last_img read more