Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A., member of Remontowa Holding has strengthened its leading position among providers of multipurpose offshore support vessels and gained new clients. New contract for construction an anchor handling, tug and supply vessel destined for serving in harsh environment conditions was signed on 8th of May 2014. The vessel will be built for Canadian - Norwegian joint venture, than she will be used for a charter to one of the largest oil companies in the world - ExxonMobil. The AHTS will be built according to Rolls – Royce Marine design.
First steel cutting for the construction of ship „KORMORAN II’ was started in Remontontowa Shipbuilding S.A member of Capital Group REMONTOWA HOLDING on Friday, 25 of April 2014. The ceremony was a consequence of the contract signed between Armament Inspectorate of Polish Navy and the Consortium headed by Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. in September 2013.
Contract includes construction of prototype ship which is supposed to be delivered in fourth quarter of 2016 and two next ships which will be delivered after the first one.
The launching ceremony, the second this year, took place in Remontowa Shipbuilding on Thursday, 27 of March 2014. The launched vessel will be the first one car – passenger ferry with gas propulsion in European Union. The contract for realization of this project Shipyard won by open European tender for a “turn-key” LNG supply solution for ferry operation announced by SAMSØ Kommune, located in Denmark, in the region of Jutland Peninsula. In 1997 SAMSØ Kommune was selected to become Denmark’s first renewable energy island. Focusing on renewable energy and environmentally friendly solutions, Samsø achieved that goal in 2003. Today, the island is an exporter of power which comes from wind power in 100% per cent. In accordance with generally accepted pro–environmental policy, the ordered ferry will also meet high ecological requirements.
Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. acting within Remontowa Holding consistently implements plans. The next, Platform Supply Vessel designed to support offshore industry was delivered to the Owner at the end of January.