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.