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CRP Subsea is exhibiting at Global Offshore Wind 2023

CRP Subsea will be showcasing its innovative buoyancy and cable protection solutions for the floating and fixed offshore wind sector.


CRP Subsea is exhibiting at Global Offshore Wind 2023. They will be showcasing their innovative buoyancy and cable protection solutions for the floating and fixed offshore wind sector. The event will be held from 14 to 15 June 2023 at the ExCeL London.

Andy Smith, Global CPS Manager for CRP Subsea, states:

“With over 30 years’ polyurethane and composite foam experience we take pride in our engineering capabilities. With a deep understanding of the ocean environment, we have leveraged these capabilities to develop solutions that effectively safeguard critical assets in offshore wind farms. Our comprehensive range of cable protection, buoyancy, and clamping solutions cater to both floating and fixed offshore wind installations.”

CRP Subsea is dedicated to addressing the challenges encountered by its customers in the offshore wind industry. Through continuous development, they have devised a range of high-quality cable protection and buoyancy solutions that ensure the reliability and longevity of offshore wind farm power cables.

Furthermore, being at the forefront of technical innovation, CRP Subsea is actively contributing to meeting the global demand for sustainable energy. They remain proudly committed to supporting the offshore wind industry.

Global Offshore Wind 2023, organised by RenewableUK, is the largest dedicated offshore wind event in the UK. The conference program will highlight the industry's adoption of innovation and its ability to deliver dependable power to the energy system. CRP Subsea will be available at stand K26, offering valuable insights and showcasing their solutions.

Register for GOW2023 here.

Find further information about floating and fixed offshore wind solutions here.

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