Roermond, The Netherlands,

Project Borssele I-II the Netherlands


Sif Holding N.V. (Euronext symbol SIFG / ISIN code NL0011660485) - Regulatory news

Sif Holding N.V. announces that Ørsted has awarded to Sif the production of 47 monopiles (approx. 40 Kton) for the Borssele I-II offshore wind farm.

Richard Jongen, Commercial Manager Wind Sif: "This is the first time Sif is going to manufacture the offshore foundations for a wind project on behalf of Ørsted. With our new assembly facility and state-of-the-art deep-sea quay on Maasvlakte II (Port of Rotterdam), Sif is ideally located and perfectly equipped to efficiently produce and deliver the monopile foundations. Sif is very pleased to contribute to a successful offshore wind project off the Dutch coast such as Borssele I-II."

The Borssele I-II wind farm is located approximately 22 kilometers out to sea from the coast of Zeeland in The Netherlands. The project will cover an area of 138 square kilometers with water depths of up to 38 meters and will comprise of 8 MW Siemens Gamesa 8.0-167 DD wind turbines. The turbines will be installed on 94 monopile foundations with transition pieces. The total installed capacity of the Borssele I-II wind farm will be 752 MW.

The production of monopiles is scheduled for 2019. The project is already in the orderbook of Sif as presented when releasing interim 2018 results in August last.


About Sif Holding N.V.

Sif is a total solutions provider for design engineering and excellent manufacturing of offshore foundations for wind farms, including logistics and marshalling services. Sif traditionally serves the North-Western European markets and is exploring its global presence. Sif combines two highly automated and flexible production facilities in Roermond and Rotterdam (Tweede Maasvlakte) with technology leadership in rolling and welding of heavy steel plates, which is based on 75 years of experience and innovative in-house developed techniques and processes. Sif primarily produces monopiles, transition pieces and piles that are used to anchor jacket foundations in the seabed for offshore wind turbines.