Ship equipment manufacturer Cathelco has been acquired by Finland-based Evac Group, a provider of integrated waste systems which should allow it to expand its reach in future.
Cathelco has won orders to supply equipment for multiple cruise and bulk carriers being built in European and Far East yards in the coming months.
Cathelco’s Evolution ballast water treatment (BWT) system has begun shipboard testing for US Coast Guard (USCG) type approval.
Cathelco’s desalination division is gaining a foothold in the commercial and military sectors with a host of orders for its range of space saving water makers.
Cathelco has reported a series of orders from Turkish yards for its corrosion protection and anti-fouling products.
Cathelco has reported several orders from Chinese shipyards for hull corrosion protection and seawater pipework anti-fouling systems.
Cathelco is to supply equipment for five ice-classed containerships being built at Poland’s Remontowa Shipbuilding.
Cathelco’s ballast water treatment (BWT) system has received alternative management system (AMS) acceptance from the US Coast Guard (USCG), marking an important milestone in achieving full Type Approval.
UK-based Cathelco is to supply an impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) system for a Malaysian FPSO conversion project to safeguard the hull of the vessel against corrosion.
Cathelco Seafresh, the specialist in reverse osmosis desalinators, achieved a dramatic rise in sales in 2013, it sold 61 units, more than double the total output of 2010.
The first of Royal Caribbean’s new generation of Quantum class cruise ships to be launched this year will be protected by Cathelco hull and seawater pipework systems.
UK company Cathelco has announced an order for ICCP hull corrosion protection systems for two FPSOs which are being converted for SBM Offshore for use in the Petrobras Lula field in Brazil.
UK based ship equipment manufacturer, Cathelco, has won an order to supply a new floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel with its seawater pipework anti-fouling systems.
According to UK company Cathelco, its cathodic anti-fouling systems have been specified for the box coolers on a new 96m Finnish Border Guard patrol vessel being built at STX Finland’s Rauma yard.
UK company Cathelco says that it has designed special box cooler anti-fouling systems for two tugs which are used by Rio Tinto to berth iron ore carrying vessels in the port of Dampier, Australia.
UK-based company Cathelco Seafresh has announced orders for its reverse osmosis desalinators for two projects in Singapore, a FRSU conversion and an AHTS newbuild.
UK company Cathelco says it is supplying hull corrosion protection and marine pipework anti-fouling systems for cruise newbuilding Europa II, to be built for Hapag Lloyd Cruises at STX St Nazaire.
Pipework anti-fouling systems from Cathelco of the UK hve been retrofitted to a class of 14 US military refuelling ships.
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