The vessel Åsværfjord, which is the sixth ship in the Havtrans series, is leaving Havyard Leirvik to go into service for Frøy.
The third and last of the ‘triplet ships’ for ESVAGT was handed over by Havyard Leirvik today. The yard has delivered a total of six offshore windfarm service vessels and thereby gained a strong position in this segment.
Tor Leif Mongstad takes over as new managing director of Havyard Leirvik AS (HLE) in Sogn
The shipyard in Leirvik in Sogn has won a contract with Fjord1 for modification of the car ferry MF Lote. The ferry will operate the route Skarberget–Bognes over the Tysfjord in Nordland county, and zero-emission ferries was one of the conditions for awarding the contract for this route.
Havyard Leirvik has handed over two vessels in two days. Both were delivered by the agreed date despite major logistical challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Today, Havyard Leirvik handed over yet another wellboat to Frøy, and even the challenges yards have faced due to the coronavirus did not stop Havyard doing so before the agreed deadline.
HAV Design has developed a live fish carrier with the smallest climate and environmental footprint in the world per kilo of transported salmon. The boat is ordered by Frøy AS and will be put into operation for Cermaq after delivery.
New Havyard Ship Technology AS is changing its name to Havyard Leirvik AS. The name change is a natural consequence of the recent restructuring of the yard’s activities and changes to the company’s strategy going forward
Four companies with special expertise in digitalisation, energy efficiency and zero-emission solutions in the marine and maritime industry are joining forces in HAV Group ASA.
Today, Norsk Fisketransport AS is taking delivery of a new Havyard wellboat that offers greater salmon capacity, enhanced fish welfare and a greener propulsion system.
Karsten Sævik is the new managing director of New Havyard Ship Technology AS (NHST) in Leirvik , Norway
On Friday, New Havyard Ship Technology in Leirvik handed over yet another windfarm service vessel to the Danish shipping company ESVAGT. Havyard thereby cements its position as the leading supplier of special vessels for the offshore wind industry.
Geir Larsen will take over as the new Managing Director of Norwegian Electric Systems and will further develop the company’s position in energy design and smart control as part of the green shift.
In 2018, Havyard Design & Solutions won a contract for the delivery of two ship designs to Royal Arctic Line A/S. Reefer vessel design was a new segment for Havyard and the first of the two ships, ‘Siuana Arctica’, has now been delivered from the Astilleros Zamakona yard in Spain.
Havyard’s complete hydrogen system for ships will be completed in 2021, and the group is now establishing a separate company to meet market demand for the solution, which will make it possible also for large ships to sail longer distances with zero emissions.
New Havyard Ship Technology will restructure its operations into a repair and service yard and reduce the number of staff.
Norway's biggest ferry company has ordered two new ferries from Havyard Design & Solutions. They will be the first to benefit fully from Havyard LAB's new and unique three-step tool to become safer and more environmentally friendly. This could result in considerable savings.
Havyard-verftet i Leirvik leverte i dag batteriferge nummer 13 i løpet av bare 2,5 år.
Havyard Design & Solutions (HDS) with a new design concept for zero-emission sightseeing vessels.
Odd Gunnar Kleppe steps down as EVP / general manager
Completion of build no 126, a Havyard 833 WE platform supply ship, will be outsourced to Kleven Verft.
Geir Johan Bakke and the board have agreed to terminate the employment relationship.
Lasse Stokkeland has decided to leave his position as general manager of Havyard Ship Technology AS (‘HST’), and the Board has appointed Erlend Hatleberg as the new general manager.
Havyard is taking the next step towards a hydrogen system pilot for large ships. The company is entering the approval phase and has signed agreements with providers of hydrogen tanks and fuel cells.
Norwegian Greentech (NGT) is experiencing massive sales growth for its ballast water treatment systems, especially on the retrofit market.
Havyard’s collaboration with the Turkish shipyard Cemre has been decisive in the company’s ability to deliver top-quality competitive newbuilds from its own shipyard in Leirvik in Sogn
Norwegian Electric Systems has signed a contract with the Estonian shipbuilder Baltic Workboats to deliver upgrade of the Diesel Electric Propulsion system onboard the ferry Tõll to battery-hybrid.
Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) has signed a contract for the delivery of a further three equipment packages with IAS/PMS to ESVAGT, a pioneer in offshore wind.
MMC Green Technology AS will be renamed Norwegian Greentech AS
The Havyard Group and SINTEF Ocean have entered into an agreement for a research programme that will develop innovative solutions to make shipping more environmentally friendly. The programme will run for three years and has a financial framework of around NOK 130 million.
As disclosed in the stock exchange announcement of 6 June 2019, Havyard Ship Technology has entered into a contract on completing build no 126, and the customer is the Canadian shipping company Atlantic Towing Limited (ATL).
Havyard has signed a contract with Norsk Fisketransport (NFT) for a further two wellboats with an option for one more.
Havyard delivered the third battery-run ferry for the Hareid–Sulesund route to Fjord1 today, and the Sulafjord is thereby ready to become a green fjord.
Odd Gunnar Kleppe overtar som administrerende direktør i Norwegian Electric Systems
Norwegian Electric Systems will deliver equipment in connection with the electrification of MF Norangsfjord and the charging station at Hollingsholmen ferry quay
Ronja Storm’s hull has arrived at Havyard yard in Leirvik, ready to become the biggest wellboat in the world.
Havyard Design & Solutions will deliver ship design for further two cargo vessels for Royal Arctic Line A/S. The vessels will be built at Nodosa Shipyard in Pontevedra, Spain.
Today, Havyard Group will hand over the second ferry to Fjord1 for the Hareid-Sulesund route.
Havyard is merging its navigation, automation and power systems services into one brand: Norwegian Electric Systems.
MMC First Process AS og Proff Kulde AS har inngått samarbeidsavtale. Dermed får MMC First Process sine kunder service fra Tromsø, Svolvær og Harstad.
Havyard announces the eighth design and building of a windfarm service vessel on assignment for the ocean wind pioneer ESVAGT.
The Havyard project with Havila Kystruten on hydrogen-powered coastal route operations will receive over NOK 100 million in funding from Pilot-E. The initiative can result in vessels with up to five times longer zero-emission voyages than other existing or planned vessels.
Today, Havyard Group will hand over the first new ferry for the Hareid-Sulesund route. It will not start ordinary operations until the new year, but you can already see what things are like on board.
Electrical apprentice Elisabeth Aven Langeland and commission electrician Lisa Marie Mo are helping to make the Norwegian fjords greener through Havyard Group’s record series of ferries.
Prestfjord AS bygger ny tråler ved Gondan skipsverft i Spania, og MMC First Process har inngått avtale om leveranse av et kjøle / fryseanlegg med en kapasitet på 100 tonn i døgnet.
Havyard and Grupo CBO’s good cooperation culminates in a sixth and, so far, final anchor-handling vessel, which has now been handed over to the Brazilian shipping company.
Håvard Remøy går fra rollen som Finance Manager til CFO / COO i MMC First Process AS
It started with four employees and two old armchairs. Now, Havyard has passed the hundred design mark, with Kystruten as the most recent highlight.
Havyard Ship Technology has delivered HST build number 133 ‘Austrått’ and HST build number 134 ‘Vestrått’ to Fjord1 in the course of just one week.
A contact has been signed for the delivery of freezer machinery and an onboard production plant for the coastal vessel Remøybuen.
Tersan and Barreras will build Havila Kystruten's four vessels, while Havyard Design & Solutions will deliver the ship design and an extensive equipment package for all the vessels.
Havyard Design & Solution and Havyard Ship Technology have won a contract with ESVAGT for the design and building of two further windfarm service vessels.
Havyard Design & Solution will provide the design and Havyard Ship Technology will equip the vessel. This will be the sixth and seventh windfarm service vessels that Havyard delivers to ESVAGT, making Havyard the world’s leading designer of windfarm service vessels.
Norwegian Control Systems (NCS) is launching a new and unique integrated navigation system (INS) that will optimise operation of all types of vessels over 25 metres.
MMC First Process has developed a brine freezing system for mackerel that halves energy consumption and produces mackerel that is better suited for further processing.
MMC First Process delivers its first-ever on-board production plant
Havyard Design & Solutions will be delivering the design for two new cargo vessels for Royal Arctic Line A/S. The vessels will be carrying temperature-regulated containers and general cargo and will be an important part of the infrastructure in Greenland. The contract marks the start of a new and exciting segment for Havyard Design & Solutions.
MMC First Process has won a contract for the delivery of a fish handling package for the live fish carrier Hordagut contracted at Fitjar Mek. Verksted (FMV).
Havyard has signed a new contract with Norsk Fisketransport (NFT) for the delivery of a live fish carrier of Havyard 587 design in June 2020. The contract will be build no 147.
MMC First Process has entered into a contract for the delivery of a large fish handling package for a new wellboat. The wellboat was ordered by Alsaker Fjordbruk in Onarheim. Alsaker Fjordbruk is a vertically integrated aquaculture group, and one of the biggest privately owned producers of smolt and marine growers
MMC First Process has signed a contract for the construction of a new facility in Digernes. Locations in both Fosnavåg and Digernes will make MMC First Process even more attractive to highly qualified workers from all over the Sunnmøre area
Today, Cemre Shipyard in Turkey launched the hull of the first of a total of five Havyard 936 battery ferries that will operate the Hareid-Sulesund and Aursnes-Magerholm services in Sunnmøre. It will now be towed to Norway for fitting out.
The Havyard Ship Technology shipyard in Leirvik is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. The occasion was marked on Saturday 9 June with a celebration on the quay, with concerts featuring well-known artists and performances by Hyllestad culture school. Kjell ‘Kjellen’ Bigset was compere.
Havyard has met some very stringent environmental requirements and won a total of 13 contracts for the delivery of both equipment for and the building of Fjord 1's battery-powered ferries. The first ferry, Bnr 132 MF Husavik was christened on Monday 14 May in a lovely ceremony at the yard in Leirvik in Sogn.
Havyard Group ASA has signed an agreement for the acquisition of the remaining 49.5% of the high-tech company Norwegian Electric Systems, which means that the company is now fully owned by Havyard Group ASA.
Based on Archimedes' screw, MMC First Process has developed a game changer for the factory of the future, which enables more gentle, hygienic and sustainable fish handling compared with the conveyor belt.
Havyard Group will be delivering the design for seven battery-powered ferries to Fjord1, five of which will be built at the company’s own shipyard. Havyard and Fjord1 will thereby continue their partnership to achieve a green revolution on the Norwegian fjords
Norwegian Control Systems (NCS) shall deliver five complete automation systems including their Concept Bridge solution, combined with a large electro engineering package for Fjord1`s new ferries. The contract value is approx. 21 MNOK. This means Norwegian Control Systems shall now deliver automation systems to nine Fjord1 ferries in total, which are to be built in Norwegian yards.
The world’s first wellboat simulator opened today at Fosnavaag Ocean Academy (FOSAC). MMC First Process has contributed by developing the simulator’s fish handling functions.
The naming ceremony for Havyard's first 831 SOV design for ESVAGT will be held today. The Turkish shipyard Cemre Shipyard built the vessel.
Havyard is merging all its products in the segment Power, Automation and Navigation into a joint business area, Norwegian Electric Systems (NES). As part of this change, Havyard Power & Systems is also changing its name to Norwegian Control Systems AS (NCS).
Havyard made its breakthrough in the Brazilian market in 2014, with the delivery of four anchor-handling vessels of the Havyard 843 design to the Brazilian shipping company and shipyard group Grupo CBO. The first vessel ‘Bossa Nova’, has now been completed and the naming ceremony was held in Itajai, Brazil on Wednesday 4 October.
MMC Refrigeration at Vigra and Tromsoe have come through the eye of the needle in Russia, and won a major contract to deliver marine freezing plants, to four freezer-trawlers to Murmansk. The vessels are under construction at the shipyard JSC Leningrad “Pella”, located outside St. Petersburg. Murmanseld 2 is the owner of the new trawlers.
Havyard designs another windfarm service vessel for ESVAGT Havyard Group confirms its position within the offshore wind power industry. Havyard delivered one of the world’s first purpose-built vessels for offshore windfarms, and this will become the fifth windfarm service vessel for one of the pioneers within offshore wind power, ESVAGT.
Havyard innfrir knallharde miljøkrav og får både levere design, utstyr og bygge dei fem nye Fjord1-ferjene. Samla kontraktverdi er på vel ein milliard kroner.
Sølvtrans orders the world’s largest live fish carrier from Havyard. The world’s largest shall, in addition, offer the best fish welfare in the world.
France Pélagique (based in Paris and part of the Cornelis Vrolijk group based in The Netherlands) and Havyard Ship Technology (based in Norway) have signed a contract to build an innovative pelagic trawler of 80-meter. The vessel is expected to be delivered in December 2018. This new innovative vessel will replace one of the two French flagged trawlers (built in the early 80’s), owned by France Pélagique. The contract includes an option for one additional vessel.
Nedim Jakupovic says this this is an important breakthrough for HPR. The contract is also pleasing because HPR are able to secure employment for a large number of the employees for several years ahead.
No one else will possess the complete competence that we now have within fish handling, cooling and processing, says Leif Gjelseth, CEO of the newly merged MMC First Process AS, with its own logo. Targeted and expected turnover is NOK 500 million for 2017.
Havyard Group has turned deficit into plus and delivered operating profits of NOK 112 million in 2016, although large write-downs weighs down financial results.
The county of Sogn and Fjordane is strengthening its position as a national maritime heavyweight, with Fjord1 now ordering three electric ferries with design from Sunnfjord and construction due at a shipyard by The Sognefjord.
The perfectly adapted design will result in the ship construction coming in at a far lower cost compared to recent deliveries from Brazilian shipyards, and Havyard has now sold this design for anchor handler number five and six of the Brazilian CBO.
On Saturday there will be a double naming ceremony at Havyard Ship Technology, for the two icebreaking offshore vessels delivered to the Russian shipping company Femco.
In a dried-out and stationary oil market, Havyard has managed to win a major contract for design and equipment of a multipurpose vessel.
The operating profit (EBIT) for the group was NOK 18.7 million during the first quarter, from a turnover of NOK 460 million.
Kristian Steinsvik takes the helm in Havyard's new R&D initiative
Havyard MMC has sold its 200th Refrigerated Sea Water (RSW) system to the Live Fish Carrier company Norsk Fisketransport. The delivery consists of 3500 kW of environmentally friendly refrigeration. It is used in the transport of live salmon that need to have as calm and stress-free conditions as possible in the ship's fish tanks.
Havyard has signed a contract with Norsk Fisketransport AS (NFT) for the building of another Havyard 587 live fish carrier. NFT is owned by NTS ASA, whose principal owners are Torghatten, Namsos Invest and Amble Invest.
Yesterday, Havyard Ship Technology's yard in Leirvik in Sogn delivered its newbuild no 124, the Live Fish Carrier Namsos to the ship owners Norsk Fisketransport.
Havyard Ship Technology in Leirvik in Norway has used free capacity in the covered dry dock at the shipyard for a major refurbishment of two Faroese fresh fish trawlers
Havyard Design & Solutions has signed a contract for the delivery of a design and equipment package to Cemre Shipyard in Turkey. The yard is going to build a Havyard 831 SOV windfarm service vessel for ESVAGT
Saturday, Havyard Ship Technology AS named its newbuild 122, the icebreaker Aleut at Skoltekaien quay in Bergen
Havyard MMC AS has signed a contract with Myklebust Verft AS for the delivery of a complete fish handling package to the pelagic trawler / purse seiner "Gitte Henning»
Havyard Group ASA is taking further measures to adapt to the market situation and maintain the Group's profitability, thereby securing jobs for the future
Havyard Ship Technology and Smaragd AS invited to open ship and naming ceremony at the Smaragd quay.
Havyard has signed contract for design and construction of a Havyard 858 L WE subsea vessel for an international shipping company
Havyard Design & Solutions AS in Herøy has signed a contract with Astilleros Zamakona for the delivery of a design and equipment package for the building of a Havyard 931 CCV (Crew Change Vessel)
Havyard MMC has signed a contract worth about NOK 70 million with Kleven Myklebust Verft regarding delivery of an equipment package for a live fish carrier to be built for Sølvtrans
Pål Aurvåg has been appointed as CFO of Havyard Group ASA, and will commence his position on 1 July this year.
April 30th China Oilfield Services Limited’s (COSL) Shipping Branch took delivery of Huangpu Wenchong Shipyard’s NB H3056, the first of four Havyard 832 Platform Supply Vessels where Havyard Design & Solutions have delivered the design package
Last week Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding delivered their Hull No. MW627-1, a Havyard 832 Platform Supply Vessel, to SINOPEC Shanghai Offshore Petroleum Bureau Shipping Branch Company
Today, Esvagt has taken delivery of the second of three Havyard 832 SOV windfarm service vessels from Havyard Ship Technology AS.
Lasse Stokkeland starts from March 1 as Executive Vice President for the business area Ship Technology in Havyard Group ASA. Kenneth Pettersen continues as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Havyard Group ASA
Yesterday, Havyard Group and Fafnir Offshore were presented with the Environmental Award at the annual Offshore Support Journal Conference in London. They won the award for newbuild 126, a Havyard 833 WE ICE platform supply vessel with hybrid battery power that Havyard is building for Fafnir
Havyard Ship Technology AS has delivered the first of three Havyard 832 SOV windmill service vessels to the Danish shipping company Esvagt
Havyard Group ASA now has a 50.5% ownership interest in the technology company Norwegian Electric Systems AS. The new CEO, Tor Leif Mongstad (left), is looking forward to continuing to develop an exciting company in close collaboration with founder Jan Berg
Hallvard Fosnavaag (left) has been appointed as the new head of Havyard's office in Singapore and will be responsible for the markets in Asia and the Middle East.
Havyard Ship Technology AS has signed a contract with the Danish shipping company ESVAGT for the design and building of yet another Havyard 832 SOV windmill service vessel. ESVAGT will use the vessel on a long-term contract with Dudgeon Ltd. for the provision of services for Dudgeon offshore wind farm, operated by Statoil, outside the coast of Great Britain.
Havyard Ship Technology AS has signed a contract with an international shipping company for the design and building of two more Havyard 843 Ice offshore icebreakers
Satisfied customers keep coming back. For Havyard, the Indian shipping company Global Offshore Services is one of those customers. This weekend, their eighth vessel of Havyard design was christened in Fosnavåg. With an Indian ceremony as well, of course
Havyard Group's head office in Herøy in Møre og Romsdal county was a hive of activity on 6 November
Havyard's newbuild 115 'African Inspiration' will be named in Fosnavåg on 6 November. Minister of Finance Siv Jensen will be godmother.
On Saturday, ‘Polarsyssel’, Havyard Ship Technology’s build 120, a vessel of the Havyard 832 L WE design, was duly named and celebrated in Longyearbyen in Svalbard
At Havyard Ship Technology in Leirvik we are always focusing on the environment. Power from shore will now replace diesel generators during the building periods, which will produce financial as well as environmental gains.
Today, Havyard Ship Technology's build 120 'Polarsyssel', a Havyard 832 L WE design, was delivered to Fafnir Offshore. It will go straight on assignment for the Governor of Svalbard
Marine Platforms Limited, which will soon be taking over a ship from Havyard, has sent five of its cadets to Havyard as part of their training programme
The subsidiaries in Havyard Fish Handling & Refrigeration AS are to be merged with the parent company and the business area will change its name to Havyard MMC AS.
Havyard will deliver the ship design and equipment for four anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels that are to be built and operated by the Brazilian shipping company and shipyard group Grupo CBO.
Havyard's newbuild number 118 arrived at the yard in Leirvik last week. This is the first of two vessels that will be built to provide service and maintenance for offshore wind power installations.
Kenneth Pettersen takes over as Executive Vice President of the Ship Technology business area in Havyard Group ASA.
On 4 August, Gerhard Furø took up the position of Vice President technical and commercial for Havyard Design & Solutions AS
For two weeks 20 young adults have been participating at Havyard’s introduction program. During the program the youths have been visiting some of the locations where the company is located. They have been travelling a lot, and have visited Fosnavåg, Ålesund, Leirvik and Sopot, Poland to learn more about the company.
The Havyard–stock was traded from 9 o’clock and at 13 o’clock President & CEO Geir Johan Bakke rang the ceremonial bell
Roar Stenersen appointed as Executive Vice President of Havyard Fish Handling & Refrigeration. Stenersen replaces Leif Gjelseth who enters the position as leader of sales and business development at Havyard Fish Handling & Refrigeration
The Chinese oil company Sinopec choose Havyard for the third time building yet another Platform Supply Vessel (PSV)
Havyard Group ASA ("Havyard Group" or the "Company") submitted an updated application for listing of its shares on Oslo Børs, alternatively Oslo Axess, on 6 June 2014. It is expected that the stock exchange will consider the application in a meeting of its board of directors on 18 June 2014. Subject to approval of the application and compliance with the listing criteria, the first day of trading is expected to be 26 June 2014.
Havyard has signed a contract for the construction of a Havyard 833 WE ICE platform supply vessel with Fafnir Offshore HF.
In the 2014 Universum Students Survey Havyard is ranked among Norway's top 100 employers for engineers.
Havyard puts major focus on competence building and has appointed Pergunn Gjerdsbakk in a newly established position as Training Manager of Havyard Academy.
Extensive research is behind Havyard`s WE (Wave Edition) design. The first hull of this characteristic design arrived Havyard`s shipyard in Leirvik this week for further outfitting.
March 28th Havyard Group ASA sent the application for listing on Oslo Børs.
Havyard`s newbuild 117, the Live Fish Carrier «FS Stormy» was duly named on Saturday 29th March in Fosnavaag town centre.
Bård Mikkelsen, former CEO of Statkraft, is elected new Chairman of the board at the ship technology group Havyard Group, which will be taken public this spring. Bård Mikkelsen has extensive experience as CEO and board member/Chairman, such as CEO of Widerøe and the Ulstein Group, Chairman of the board for Cermaq and board member of German power gigant E.On.
Havyard Group ASA had yet another good year, recording an operating profit before depreciation (EBITDA) of NOK 199 million for 2013.
When the deadline expired to apply for summer internships and Havyards popular summer program, 317 applications where received. This is the highest number of applicants ever, and very many are girls.
Havyard is good at more than just constructing vessels. The Leirvik shipyard has now received certification for being environmentally good.
Per Sævik’s family company Havila Holding AS is planning to introduce the maritime technology group Havyard Group on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Fosnavåg-based Havyard Group has in recent years succeeded in developing the company from a traditional shipbuilder to become a leading international supplier of maritime technology.
This is the most environmentally friendly vessel that Havila has ever ordered. It is perhaps one of the most environmentally friendly vessels in the world, says CEO Njål Sævik of Havila Shipping.
Havyard delivers designs for construction of four vessels to China`s leading supplier of oilfield services.
Havyard has sold two designs for vessels for Basic Offshore in Singapore with an option for six further deliveries.
Havyard increases their focus on the fishing and well boat industry and has bought the majority of shares in one of the leading suppliers of fish handling and refrigeration systems.
Havyard Group is going to construct Fosnavaag Shipping`s new wellboat, with an option for a further delivery. The wellboat is characterized as the world`s most efficient and eco-friendly.
Havyard Group AS has signed a contract for delivery of design and construction for the next generation of Havyard 832. The vessel is due to be delivered in the second quarter of 2014 and the contract value is close to NOK 300 million.
Havyard Group is going to deliver a Havyard 587 design for Fosnavaag Shipping with an option for one further delivery. The design is being described as the wellboat of the future.
Havyard Group AS has developed a brand new and more functional bridge concept. This first edition will now be fitted onboard the Havyard 832 L designed vessel, “Vestland Mira”.
For the second time in less than a month, Atlantic Offshore was awarded with a long-term charter agreement offering a Havyard 820-design.
Atlantic Offshore chose a Havyard design when securing a North Sea agreement with the oil- and gas corporation Total.
The Fosnavaag based Havyard Group AS has reached record profits for 2011. Earnings before tax have more than doubled from NOK 98 million in 2010 to NOK 210 million last year. There will be handed out bonuses to employees of NOK 20.000 each.
Havyard Group has signed contract for next generation coastal fishing vessel.
Havyard Group establish branch office in China
To meet expected challenges in the market, increased focus on the shipbuilding activities at Havyard Leirvik and our strategy to increase our product segment, following organisational changes will be made.
Havyard Group is building Havyard 848 SMART AHTS. Havyard Group has signed contract for building of one Havyard 848 SMART AHTS with one vessel in option. The first vessel is going to be delivered Q4 2011 and the option Q2 2012. Owner is Smart Shipinvest.
Havyard Group continues development against becoming a total supplier of shipbuilding technology. As a part of the strategy to be a world leading supplier of shipbuilding technology, from design and building to service to vessels in operation, Havyard Group increases focus on development of own products.
The magazine Kapital awards the price "Business City of the Year" to Fosnavåg. Head Quarters of the Havyard Group and Havyard Design AS is located in Fosnavåg.
Havyard Group is selling all of its shares in the Havyard Tomrefjord shipyard. A group of owners led by General Manager Øyvind Sævik has acquired the shares from Havyard Group. Sævik now becomes the main shareholder of the shipyard.
On Wednesday 1st December 2010 a Havyard 832 L SE platform supply vessel was delivered in Bergen to Global Offshore Services B.V., a 100 % subsidiary of Garware Offshore Services Ltd. Newbuild no.105 by Havyard Leirvik AS shipyard is named Beaucephalus.
Havyard Group AS has established Havyard South America Ltda in Brazil. Kjell-Peder Overvåg is employed as General Manager for the new company and Overvåg started in his new job 1st December 2010.
Havyard Group AS has sold yet another Havyard 832 design, the 15th of its kind. Yesterday, Vestland Offshore ordered a PSV vessel, with an option for one further delivery.
Forland Shipping and Havyard Group have agreed on a major new contract for the construction of a subsea vessel.
The state-of-the art diving support vessel, the Seven Havila, has achieved a world first in the number of divers working on the seabed.
Havyard Group AS will deliver another PSV vessel to the Faroese shipping company Supply Service Pf.
Havyard Group AS has signed a contract with the Indian shipping company Global Offshore Ltd for delivery of a PSV vessel, including an option for one further vessel.
The first ever ship of a Havyard design built for Chinese shipowners was last week launched in Shanghai.
Johan Bakke is the new head of Havyard Power & Systems AS.
The very first supply vessel of a Havyard design,constructed in India,is now delivered to the shipping corporation SCI. A further three vessels of Havyard 841-design to the same Indian shipowners are being constructed.
The purse seiner / Danish seiner Artus, of a Havyard 515 design, was named during a ceremony in Fosnavåg, Norway last Saturday. Artus, the fifth fishing vessel in a line of vessels by the same name, will after the coming week of completion go straight to Bjørnøya, fishing for haddock and coalfish.
Havyard Group can now present another product on the ship`s bridge. Havyard Bridge Automation System(Havyard BAS) was recently certified by the Veritas (DNV) , and there have already been plenty of new system orders.
Tummas Justinussen from the Faroe Islands is willing to compete with Norwegian shipowners and focuses on advanced supply vessels from the Herøy-based company Havyard Group. This Saturday the Faroese character invites 50 people from Sunnmøre and Sogn in western Norway across to the naming ceremony of the brand new "Saeborg" in Torshavn, the Faroe Islands.
Havyard Group has now developed its own concept of navigation and communications packages for vessels. Saeborg B102, which is close to completion, is the first vessel with such an equipment package from Havyard.
Havyard Group has strengthened the management staff at the main office in Fosnavåg.
Recently Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg visited the Havila-ship Seven Havila from Herøy while the ship was in Randaberg.
Havyard Group AS has this summer started a new training programme where 10 youths will be working alongside Havyard staff for two weeks. This introduction programme has been introduced in order for the youngsters to learn more about the company and the shipbuilding industry.
Havila Shipping ASA has won a tender with Statoil for delivering platform supply services. The contract is a permanent 5-year deal with an option for a further 3 years. In order to deliver this service Havila Shipping will build a Havyard 833 L platform supply vessel at Havyard Ship Technology`s shipyard in Leirvik, Norway.
Swire Pacific Offshore has ordered four AHTS of a Havyard 844 XL design at the Singapore Technologies Marine (ST Marine) shipyard in Singapore. ST Marine informs in a press release that the shipbuilding contract is worth around SGD 171 million.
Havyard Ship Technology Leirvik`s newbuild 101 Havila Subsea, a Havyard 855 IMR design, was named in a ceremony in Stavanger, Norway this afternoon. After the naming ceremony Havila Subsea will be operating on a long-term contract between Havila Shipping ASA and Subsea 7. The vessel is a subsea vessel performing Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (IMR) and work within ROV.
Havyard has signed contract for the delivery of design to a Havyard 832 Platform Supply Vessel
Havyard has signed a contract for delivery of 1 + 1 Havyard 832 L PSV to Sartor Offshore
Subsea 7, a leading seabed-to-surface engineering and construction services contractor, Havila Shipping and Havyard Design & Engineering held an official naming ceremony for the new-build diving support vessel, Seven Havila, in Stavanger on Thursday 17 March 2011.
Keel laying ceremony for the Havyard 843 AHTS for Sinopec at Yuexin Shipyard
The Norwegian Trade Minister Trond Giske visited Brazil last week, where the purpose of his visit is strengthening the business relations between Norway and Brazil. Giske also visited Havyard South America Ltda`s office in Rio de Janeiro during the same trip.
The Havyard 858 DSV - Seven Havila - is awarded the prestigious Support Vessel of the Year 2011 during the OSJ Conference in London.
Havila Saturn, a Havyard 842 design, is sold on from Havila Shipping ASA with a considerable profit to an international buyer. The AHTS vessel delivered in 2008 from Havyard Leirvik AS was the first ever Havyard design.
Havyard Leirvik`s yard number 101 is called Havila Subsea and will be entering into a long-term contract between Havila Shipping ASA and Subsea 7.