Robert Allan Sign Tugboat Design Contracts in Netherlands

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Thursday, March 27, 2014
Contract signing: Photo Robert Allan

Robert Allan Ltd informs of the signing of two contracts during a recent Canadian Trade Mission to the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Details of the contracts are as follows:

Contract for ART 80-32
The first signing covered the new ART 80-32, designed by Robert Allan Ltd. and incorporating a hybrid propulsion system developed by Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA). The vessels are under construction at the Damen Shipyard in Poland and will enter the KOTUG fleet later this year.

Contract for 3 Rotor tugs
The second signing covered the recently awarded contract for three offshore Rotor tugs, destined for service at the Shell “Prelude” FLNG facility off the coast of Northern Western Australia. 

The 42m, 100 tonne Bollard Pull Infield Support Vessels will be designed by Robert Allan Ltd. in conjunction with Rotortug B.V. and will be operated by a joint venture between KOTUG International B.V. and Teekay Corporation.  The Joint Venture will be known as KT Maritime Services Australia Pty Ltd., with vessels based in Broome, WA.

Both contracts were signed in the presence of The Honourable James Moore, Minister of Industry, representatives of Robert Allan Ltd. (Canada), Aspin Kemp & Associates (Canada), Teekay Corporation (Canada), KOTUG International B.V. (The Netherlands) and Rotortug B.V. (The Netherlands).

James Moore, Canada's Minister of Industry, said, "I am delighted to witness these partnerships between Dutch and Canadian firms from coast to coast. Having companies like Teekay, Robert Allan Ltd. and AKA involved in projects with KOTUG and Damen is an excellent example of collaboration opportunities between Canada and the Netherlands.”
 

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