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.