GAC Dubai completes wind turbine delivery

184mt tub collar makes Shanghai to Sharjah journey

GAC was one of the first foreign companies to set up in Dubai in the late 1960s
GAC was one of the first foreign companies to set up in Dubai in the late 1960s


Transportation company GAC Dubai has completed the shipping and lifting of a 184mt wind turbine tub collar that will be used at a wind carrier project in Sharjah.

While the size of the unit complicated the process, GAC revealed it had to work with port authorities in both China and Dubai to determine the best tidal conditions for the transport ship to sail.

David Burck, general manager, logistics, GAC Dubai said that he was pleased the operation went smoothly.

"GAC has a long track record in managing odd and off-size shipments, and we fully understand that each shipment requires unique attention and dedicated service,” said Burck. “Our team has the solid experience and expertise to take care of even the most challenging and unique of project cargos."

GAC Dubai has also announced that group sales director, Stuart Bowie has taken over as managing director and will be responsible for the profitable management of GAC’s single largest operation. The 30-year veteran in freight forwarding brings in-depth experience across the Middle East, Europe and Asia to his new role, including 11 years of being based in Dubai.

GAC also recently supported student racing team, Team RedShift in the ‘F1 in Schools’ technology challenge in Malaysia. While Australian team, Pentagliders, were crowned champions, the UAE team won the Innovative Thinking Award, receiving the Lotus Renault GP Trophy. Fellow Dubai College and Aminudin Baki Secondary School students from team Axis won the Best Team Identity Award.

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