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Reported by Ampelmann Operations on 4 July 2019

WindEurope Offshore 2019 - Ampelmann

(Courtesy of Ampelmann Operations B.V.)

The WindEurope Offshore 2019 is one of Europe’s leading and cutting-edge exhibitions in the offshore wind industry.

Ampelmann will exhibit at WindEurope Offshore 2019. Join us for three days of networking and industry insights.

Ampelmann has embraced the benefits of the VR technology and has launched its very own VR Experience to give you a try out on our motion compensated systems. Come and visit our stand to try out our Ampelmann VR.

Schedule a meeting ahead of time with our team:

References

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Ampelmann Operations B.V. Press release - WindEurope Offshore 2019 - Ampelmann. URL: https://www.ampelmann.nl/news/windeurope-offshore-2019. [Date Accessed: 04/07/2019].

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