Lots of Heavy Equipment Arriving at Tesla Giga Berlin


Tesla Giga Berlin is now at a stage where a lot of heavy equipment is arriving at the construction site. In this video, I am going to show you a 7-minute long new drone video from Tesla Giga Berlin and tell you when that rubble mountain will be cleared to pave the way for the building to start. Also, see https://www.torquenews.com/1/giga-berlin-cranes-compress-tesla-ground-bad-weather

Hello everyone. This is Armen Hareyan from TorqueNews.com. Please, subscribe to this channel and ring the bell so you don’t miss my next video update from Tesla Giga Berlin, which is coming later today. Please, also like this video to show your appreciation to my friend Jurgen who in this bad weather went to Giga Berlin’s construction site and took this video for you, which I am about to show you.

This drone video was taken on Friday, March 6th at about 5PM in the afternoon. For many people, it’s the end of the day, but you can see there is a lot of activity still going on. In fact, Jurgen sent us a video several days ago showing Tesla employees working in the dusk. It seems like they are working on the second shift.

Those of you who have been closely following my daily reports from Grunheide where electric car company Tesla is building its Gigafactory 4, know that after clearing the forest there emerged a huge rubble mountain. If you haven’t seen it, you will see it in this video, and also check my yesterday’s Giga Berlin video report titled “Tesla Giga Berlin Dynamic Compaction in Bad Weather.” I will put a link to that report in the description of this video.


Now Jurgen reports that a time schedule is set for the removal of this rubble mountain. The latest in April the “rubble mountain” has to be cleared. Construction workers are working very hard on a rainy day and Jurgen managed to take these videos, which I am about to show you between showers. Let’s look at these videos now. But please, subscribe to this channel and ring the bell because my next video report will be about the natural gas pipeline coming to the construction site with video footage. Please, also like this video to show your appreciation of Jurgen’s hard work and let’s continue the discussion in the comments. Have a blessed day.

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Reference: Jurgen at https://twitter.com/Gf4Tesla


7 replies
  1. Henri Frits maarseveen
    Henri Frits maarseveen says:

    What heavy equipment???
    More interesting is where will be the power transformer be build for the factory, this will be build not by Tesla but is needed to run the factory, you could see it build just in time in China
    If German can’t build this power transform in one year the Tesla factory needs to wait until it is finished

  2. Butch Bailey
    Butch Bailey says:

    The video is all distant shots taken on March 6th. I thought the drone restriction was removed? It will be a lot more exciting to see close up shots say from 500’ to see compaction crane in operation and rubble mountain removal. As usual I will be waiting for Your natural gas video. This is good when you tell us about upcoming video’s to wet are appetite and grow Your channel. Armen You are doing a fantastic job of giving us at least 1 video a day and You are really doing a good job of background & political information. I see that you value My comments and implement some of My ideas and quite often respond to me. MY GOD YOU HAVE AN EXCITING SHOW. You are taking Jason Yang weekly drone shots with sub titles that blew all our minds showing the world just how good the Chinese coordinated the extremely fast build. Now we all can compare the projects because we have an idea what comes next. I say you should add at least 2 months for site clearing and 1 month for compaction that were not required at a Giga Shanhai. I am impressed with the speed of the first 2 activities and anything less than 15 months building a Giga Berlin will equal a Giga Shanghai.


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