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Royal IHC has been awarded the KNVTS Ship of the Year award for the 8,400m3 trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) SCHELDT RIVER, designed and built for DEME. The award ceremony was held on 12 November at the annual Maritime Awards Gala. This year, the jury selected three nominees out
On 10 November, Royal IHC successfully launched the SPARTACUS, a 44,180kW self-propelled cutter suction dredger (CSD) designed and built for DEME. The ceremony took place at IHC’s shipyard in Krimpen aan den IJssel, The Netherlands. It was performed by Mrs Fabienne Ackermans, the spouse of Mr Luc Bertrand (chairman of
Wind Energy Hamburg, taking place this week on the 25th-28th September in Hamburg, Germany, will be filled with wind energy companies from all over the world. Find out more about the event and hear from some of the exhibitors in our latest edition of InDepth Wind. http://indepthwind.com/2018/issue9/
Tractebel strengthens its position in offshore wind engineering with the acquisition of Overdick. Tractebel announces the acquisition of Overdick, through its subsidiary Lahmeyer International. Overdick is a company specialised in offshore engineering, based in Hamburg, Germany. This acquisition is a perfect strategic fit for Tractebel, one of the world’s largest
TenneT has selected the Van Oord Offshore Wind Projects / Hellenic Cables consortium to supply and install 220 kV subsea and onshore cables for TenneT’s Hollandse Kust (zuid) Alpha project, an offshore wind farm zone being developed in the North Sea. The cables will have a total capacity of 700
The Port has welcomed another major engineering group to its offshore energy support base as the Reece Group’s Responsive Engineering have set up a new fabrication facility at the Port to cater for the growing offshore energy sector. A new division at Responsive Engineering called Rapid Manufacturing Services, which will focus on