Bauer relies on full e-power during Dutch infrastructure project

With nearly 920,000 residents, the Dutch capital of Amsterdam is the most populous city in the Netherlands. On the list of the largest cities in the European Union, it comes in 17th. The number of residents is steadily growing, with around 1.5 million people now living in the metropolitan area. To manage the continually increasing traffic volume as a result of this expansion, various infrastructure projects have been initiated by Rijkswaterstraat, the Dutch Ministry for Infrastructure and Waterways.

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The newly developed electric KR 806-3E drilling rig from Klemm Bohrtechnik being used for the first time alongside a conventional drilling rig on a jobsite in the Netherlands

One of the most important of the projects being instigated is the large-scale road construction project "Schiphol-Amsterdam-Almere Corridor", which among other tasks, includes expanding the A9 highway