VOSTA Package for New Manson Dredge

Tuesday, January 25, 2005
Seattle-based Manson Construction Co ordered a dredge component package with VOSTA Inc. for the 9200 m2 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredge they are building at Alabama Shipyards. At present the dredge is under construction and will be delivered according to planning in October 2005.

Via VOSTA LMG USA distributor Hagler Systems, VOSTA Inc will deliver 3 x 38 inch universal dragheads for optimal dredging results, the jet system into the hopper for mixture fluidization and a VOSTA LMG MK3-28 inch type universal Bow coupling installation for discharging purposes.

The VOSTA LMG components will be delivered in the spring of 2005. Assembly onto the dredge will take place under VOSTA Inc.'s specialist guidance.

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