Havyard NEWS

Havyard taking over hull number 50 from Cemre

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Ferry in Estonia upgraded to battery-hybrid by Norwegian Electric System

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.

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Ten deliveries of the same concept solution to ESVAGT

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.

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New name for MMC Green Technology

MMC Green Technology AS will be renamed Norwegian Greentech AS

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Havyard and SINTEF enter into R&D collaboration for greener vessels

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.

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Atlantic Towing buys Havyard 833 WE – build no 126

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).

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Contract for three new wellboats for Norsk Fisketransport

Havyard has signed a contract with Norsk Fisketransport (NFT) for a further two wellboats with an option for one more.

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Havyard ferries making the fjords greener

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.

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Lederskifte i Norwegian Electric Systems

Odd Gunnar Kleppe overtar som administrerende direktør i Norwegian Electric Systems

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Major electrification contract awarded to NES

Norwegian Electric Systems will deliver equipment in connection with the electrification of MF Norangsfjord and the charging station at Hollingsholmen ferry quay

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Biggest in the world has arrived at yard

Ronja Storm’s hull has arrived at Havyard yard in Leirvik, ready to become the biggest wellboat in the world.

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Two further cargo vessels from Havyard

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.

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Handover of new ferry for the Hareid-Sulesund route

Today, Havyard Group will hand over the second ferry to Fjord1 for the Hareid-Sulesund route.

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From bridge to propeller in one company

Havyard is merging its navigation, automation and power systems services into one brand: Norwegian Electric Systems.

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Styrker servicen i nord

MMC First Process AS og Proff Kulde AS har inngått samarbeidsavtale. Dermed får MMC First Process sine kunder service fra Tromsø, Svolvær og Harstad.

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