Bio-Sea BWMS retrofits for Louis Dreyfus
French ship operator Louis Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA) has ordered Bio-Sea ballast water management systems to be retrofitted on two ro-ro vessels.
The Ville de Bordeaux and City of Hamburg will be fitted with a 400m3/h modular Biosea system and a 300m3/h semi-modular system respectively.
The vessels are two of three built to serve a 20-year contract with Airbus in 2002, shipping A380 plane components between production sites in Pauillac in France, Hamburg, Cadiz, Mostyn in the UK, Naples and Tunisia.
Bio-Sea’s UV system has IMO type approval and has been accepted as an Alternate Management System by the US Coast Guard.
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