MacGregor Wins $6 Million Equipment Order

Thursday, September 02, 1999
MacGregor was granted a contract from Aker Finnyards worth more than $6 million for RoRo equipment and an outfit of six elevators to serve Irish Ferries' RoPax newbuilding. Measuring 682 ft. (208 m) with a beam of 102 ft. (31 m), the 50,000-gt RoPax also features more than four km. of car/truck lanes. Scheduled for a January 2001 delivery, the vessel will be the largest ever built by Aker. MacGregor's Passenger Ship Division is supplying six elevators - one scenic, three other passenger elevators and two service units.
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