1. Damen shipping multiple pontoons to Rotterdam

    In week eleven, the SAL Heavy Lift vessel MV Lone loaded onboard a newly built batch of eleven Damen flat top Pontoons in Shanghai.

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  2. Basra Gataway Terminal takes delivery of new Damen CSD500

    Recently, a customised Damen Cutter Suction Dredger, type CSD500, has been named by her owner Basra Gateway terminal at the Damen Dredging yard in the Netherlands.

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  3. Damen Anchor & Chain Factory delivers two anchors for the luxury yacht sector

    Marking a return to production for the high-end yacht industry, Damen Anchor & Chain Factory (AKF) has delivered two galvanized yacht anchors.

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  4. Ontario Government accepts Damen proposal for full ferry electrification

    Damen is pleased to announce that the Government of Ontario has accepted its proposal to build two ferries with full electric propulsion.

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  5. Karachi Shipyards & Engineering Works delivers two Damen Stan Patrol 1605 FRP patrol boats to Pakistan Customs

    Pakistan Customs has taken delivery of two Damen Stan Patrol 1605 FRP patrol boats. The handover ceremony took place on 10th March at Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works Ltd (KS&EW).

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  6. Damen unveils Multi Cat Water Injection Dredger

    Damen Shipyards Group has recently unveiled a Water Injection Dredger (WID), courtesy of a plug & play system aboard a Damen Multi Cat.

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  7. Albwardy Damen receives Superbrands 2018 award

    Albwardy Damen, the joint venture shipyard in Sharjah, UAE, between the Damen Shipyards Group and UAE-based Albwardy Investment, has received a prestigious Superbrands 2018 Award from Superbrands Worldwide, the world’s largest independent arbiter...

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  8. Third new Damen tug taken into service by Kotug Smit Towage

    Kotug Smit Towage has taken the newly-built Damen ATD 2412 Twin Fin tug 'Buffalo' into service for its European harbour towage activities.

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  9. Damen Marine Components and Van der Velden Marine Systems announce merger

    Damen Marine Components (DMC) and Van der Velden Marine Systems (VDVMS) recently announced a merger.

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  10. Niron Staal supplies critical steel components for iconic new London residential skyscraper

    Niron Staal, the specialist steel machining and construction subsidiary of Damen Shipyards Group, is nearing the completion of its first major machining contract for a skyscraper project for its client Hollandia Structures, partner in the VBH...

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  11. Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) receives Project Biro order from Armscor

    Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) has received an order from Armscor – the acquisition agency for the South African Department of Defence – for three Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPV), 62 x 11 metres.

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  12. Iskes Towage & Salvage adds two more Damen ASD Tugs 2810 to its fleet

    Iskes Towage & Salvage, the leading maritime service provider based in the port of IJmuiden / Amsterdam, has taken delivery of two Damen ASD Tugs 2810.

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  13. Tug Malta’s Damen ASD 2913 named in Malta

    On Friday, 9th February Tug Malta’s Damen ASD 2913 was named 'St. Angelo' at a ceremony attended by the Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat, and the island nation’s Minister of Transport, Ian Borg.

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  14. Jack-up vessel Seafox 5 departs Damen Verolme Rotterdam ready for the next generation of wind turbines

    The 151-metre, self-propelled, DP2, jack-up rig Seafox 5 has left the Damen Verolme Rotterdam (DVR) shipyard following a four-month refit in which the boom of its main crane was lengthened to prepare it for a new contract, along with a range of...

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  15. Bibby Marine Services secures OSJ Offshore Renewables Award with Damen SOV

    Bibby Marine Services has been awarded an Offshore Support Journal (OSJ) Offshore Renewables Award for the Bibby WaveMaster 1.

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