AKA Partners with KOTUG International

Press Release
Thursday, March 28, 2013
From left to right : Edward Gatt/Elisabeth Ltd; John Eldridge/Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA); Ard Jan Kooren/Kotug International BV; Arnout Damen/Damen Shipyards Group; Todd Barber/Robert Allan Limited; Evan Willemsen/KST b.v. (Rotortug)

Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA) announced a collaboration with KOTUG International for the newbuild construction of two hybrid Advanced Rotortugs.

 

Following AKA and KOTUG’s hybrid retrofit of the RT Adriaan in early 2012, the team are partnering once again to provide the next generation of hybrid Rotortugs for KOTUG’s fleet on behalf of Elisabeth Ltd. based in Malta.


AKA’s XeroPoint hybrid marine propulsion system will be installed onboard Rotor tug’s new and innovative tugboat design, the Advanced Rotor tug, ART 80-32 at Damen Shipyards. The new Rotor tug design is a collaboration between Robert Allan Ltd and KST b.v. (Rotor tug).

 

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