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Hansa Tech-Hub HANSA TECH-HUB COCHIN SHIPYARD Asko orders electric ferries for Norwegian fjords Cochin Shipyard in India has signed a contract with the Norwegian company Asko Maritime to construct two autonomous electric vessels including the option to build two more identical ships. The project is an ambitious one in Norway, partially funded by the Norwegian Government. It aims at emission-free transport of goods across the Oslo fjord. The 67 m long vessels will initially be delivered as a full-electric transport ferry, powered by 1,846 kWh capacity battery. After commissioning of autonomous equipment and field trials in Norway, it will operate as a fully-autonomous ferry that can transport 16 fully-loaded standard EU trailers in one go across the fjords. The vessels are designed by Naval Dynamics Norway using Kongsberg Maritime systems, with detailed engineering to be carried out by Cochin Shipyard. The Indian Shipyard have already built 23 hybrid electric boats for the Kochi Water Metro. PALFINGER Crane and life-saving equipment for Edda Wind newbuildings Four new service vessels for Edda Wind, the offshore wind segment of the Østensjø Group, will be equipped with crane systems and life-saving equipment from Palfinger. Two shipyards located on the north coast of Spain have been commissioned to build the new offshore vessels for Edda Wind. With the goal of becoming the most environmentally friendly and efficient ships of their kind in the world, Gondán Shipbuilders will build two ships for the commissioning service (CSOV). Each of these vessels will be equipped with Palfinger PK15500M and PK33002M cranes. According to the manufactu rer, this is the latest model of Palfinger’s foldable articulated jib cranes. Two smaller Service Operation Vessels (SOV), whose construction orders were placed with the Balenciaga shipyard, will each be equipped with two PK15500M cranes and one PK33002M crane. Shortly after signing the crane contract, Palfinger secured the contract for the supply of life-saving equipment for all four new Edda wind ships. Delivery of the equipment is planned for 2021 and 2022. • Drahtseile • Tauwerk • Festmacher • CASAR Bordkranseile • Anschlagmittel • Prüflasttest bis 1.000 t • Segelmacherei • Taklerei • Montage Walter Hering KG Porgesring 25 22113 Hamburg Telefon: 040 – 73 61 72 -0 eMail: info@seil-hering.de www.seil-hering.de KLEVEN VERFT Takeover by Green Yard Group Green Yard Group will take over the further business activities of the bankrupt Kleven Verft after agreement with the participating banks. The Norwegian shipbuilder’s core competencies will be preserved. Green Yard Group plans to continue the shipyard business under the name Green Yard Kleven and at the same time to expand the business into new business areas that can provide a stable supply of labour in addition to shipbuilding and maintenance. Kjetil Bollestad is to act as CEO of Green Yard Kleven. Bollestad was already director of the yard in the past, but left in June 2020 after the yard was taken over by the Croatian DIV group in January. Green Yard is Norway’s leading ship and oil rig recycler. 42 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 08 | 2020

Hansa Tech-Hub ABB Power for De Beers vessel ABB has won a contract from Damen Shipyards Group to deliver the power system for the world’s first custom-built diamond recovery vessel. The ship will be delivered to Debmarine Namibia, a joint venture between the Government of the Republic of Namibia and De Beers Group in 2022. ABB will supply an integrated power system package that will ensure the vessel meets exceptional safety, efficiency and availability requirements. The 177 m long vessel is being built by Damen at Damen Shipyards Mangalia on the Black Sea in Romania. It has been designed by Norwegian naval architect Marin Teknikk. It will become the largest ship in the owner’s fleet, exceeding the size of Debmarine Namibia’s current largest vessel, the »Mafuta«, by 8,000 dwt. It is expected to increase the shipowner’s annual production by 35 %, contributing additional 500,000 carats to today’s production levels. EMRI Furuno buys autopilot expert Furuno has announced the acquisition of Danish company Emri, that specializes in autopilots, steering controls, joystick dynamic positioning and maneuvering systems, founded in 1972. Emri’s autopilots are today in operation onboard more than 1,000 vessels. Steering gear remote control systems are designed to fit owners’ requirements of safety and ease of operation. Emri also designs and manufactures Joystick Dynamic Positioning systems with cutting-edge fuel saving algorithms. Emri is an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) supplier to several major industrial players. »The acquisition of Emri complements our existing and growing presence in the marine market and reinforces our strategy to enhance safety and efficiency at sea, with our core competencies of Sen sing, Processing, Communication, Integration, and now with action Control systems,« said Muneyuki Koike, Senior Managing Director and Divisional General Manager, Marine Electronic Pro ducts Division of Furuno. »The acquisition marks a milestone in our history and will accelerate growth opportunities in existing and new technologies,« adds Claus Nørtoft Thomsen, Managing Director of Emri. 6. Rostocker Großmotorentagung Die Zukunft der Großmotoren Technologiekonzepte & Kraftstoffoptionen: Wege zur sauberen Schifffahrt Zum 6. Mal kommen auf der Rostocker Großmotorentagung Entwickler, Forscher und Entscheider aus dem Bereich der Großmotoren zusammen. Erstmalig wird die Tagung in einer hybriden Variante direkt vor Ort und zusätzlich via Livestream in einem webbasierten Event durchgeführt. Das aktuelle Programm legt den Fokus auf kraftstoffbezogene Themen wie New Fuels, PtX und Dual-Fuel Anwendungen. Weitere Themengebiete sind u.a. Kraftstoffeinspritzung, Turboaufladung sowie Abgasnachbehandlung. Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch! Jetzt informieren und anmelden unter: www.rgmt.de Datum: 3. - 4.September 2020 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 08 | 2020 Location: Radissson Blu Hotel, Rostock 43

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