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.
Shipyard companies from Canada, Italy and Poland are lining up to convert BC Ferries ro-ro vessels for dual-fuel operation, with a contract to be awarded later this year.
Polish yard Remontowa has begun work on the first of three dual-fuel (LNG and ultra-low sulphur diesel) vessels for Canadian operator BC Ferries.
Cathelco is to supply equipment for five ice-classed containerships being built at Poland’s Remontowa Shipbuilding.
Poland’s Remontowa Shipbuilding will supply two ferries to Estonia’s Port of Tallinn. The shipyard says the vessels can be converted to run on liquefied natural gas (LNG), writes Jaroslaw Adamowski.
Polish shipping company PZM is planning to award a contract for the construction of two new LNG-powered ferries. The investment is esti-mated to be worth as much as €200 million, writes Jaroslaw Adamowski.
Poland’s Remontowa shipyard has obtained an order to supply three LNG-fuelled ferries to Canadian ferry operator British Columbia Ferry Services, writes Jaroslaw Adamowski.
A Polish shipyard has signed a contract to build a specialised ice-class towing vessel for a Norwegian operator, writes Jaroslaw Ada-mowski.
Wärtsilä has been contracted by Siem Offshore to provide ship design, propulsion systems and other equipment for four more PSVs to be built at Remontowa in Poland for Siem Offshore.
Poland's Remontowa shipyard is to build four more dual-fuelled PSVs to the Wärtsilä Ship Design VS 4411 DF design for Siem Offshore.
Royal Arctic Line has signed a contract for the construction of five new cargo ships to be built at Polish shipyard Remontowa in Gdansk.
Already one of the largest operators of shore vessels in the world, US company Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO) has announced a major fleet expansion plan, writes Dag Pike.
GulfMark Offshore, a US-based provider of marine transport services to the energy sector, has announced the initiation of a vessel construction programme, with three ships ordered from Remontowa in Poland.
Stena Line’s two chartered Tallink ferries Superfast VII and Superfast VIII are now undergoing extensive refit, repair and upgrading at Remontowa Gdansk prior to entering service between Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Following successful sea trials in Gdansk, Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) recently took delivery of the ‘Finlaggan’, a brand new ro-pax ferry which will serve the Kennacraig to Islay route.
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