BLRT Group & BMT to Cooperate on Vessel Designs

Press Release
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
BLRT 24m WSV Designed by BMT Nigel Gee:Photo credit BMT Nigel Gee

BLRT Marketex, a subsidiary of BLRT Grupp AS, and BMT Nigel Gee Ltd (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, have signed an agreement whereby BMT will provide vessel designs to BLRT Marketex

The relationship has begun with an outline agreement for BLRT Marketex to construct four new 24m highly flexible and high capacity Windfarm Support Vessels (WSV) for the operator, Sure Wind Marine.

BLRT Marketex is a leading industrial company in Estonia offering advanced complex solutions from steel, stainless steel and aluminium for Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Industrial and Marine markets. Currently, it is building four 20m WSVs for Sure Wind. BLRT Marketex belongs to one of the leading industrial holdings on the Baltic Sea, BLRT Grupp, which operates five shipyards including two in Tallinn, Estonia.

BMT has a well-established range of WSVs with eleven vessels currently in build in 6 different shipyards.

BLRT Marketex, BMT and Sure Wind are all exhibiting at Seawork International 2012 and are available to provide further information.

 


 

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