Scana Win New Propulsion System, Thruster Contracts

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Friday, November 29, 2013

Scana Industrier ASA has through its subsidiary Scana Propulsion recently signed new contracts: one for delivery of a propulsion systems to Kleven verft, and two more for tunnel thrusters to Nordic Yards and Guangzhou Salvage Bureau. The contracts have a total value of approx. 22 million NOK.

1. Kleven Verft contract
This is for delivery of gear and propellers to a new construction vessel for Østensjø Rederi. The vessel is designed by Salt Ship Design and is to be delivered in March 2016. Scana Propulsion will provide gear and propellers within first quarter 2015.

2. Tunnel thruster contracts

The contracts for delivery of tunnel thrusters have been signed with customers in Germany and China. Nordic Yards in Germany who have ordered tunnel thrusters for two Multipurpose Icebreaking Rescue & Salvage vessels for the Russian Ministry of Transport.

The contract with Guangzhou Salvage Bureau in China is for delivery of tunnel thrusters to a 50.000 dwt Semi-submersible Heavy Lift Vessel that will be built at Guangzhou Huangpu Shipbuilding. Both the tunnel thruster contracts will be delivered within second quarter 2014.



 


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