페이지 정보작성자 최고관리자 댓글 0건 조회 75회 작성일 19-09-17 13:59
A prestigious contract is awarded to Techano, part of the Dutch Van Aalst Group of Companies, for equipment for Norway Royal Salmon’s newly developed aquaculture facility, Arctic Offshore Farming(AOF).
“In strong competition with leading players, Techano received orders for winches for net handling, chain jacks and a boat slip for the fish food barge” says, Sales Director at Techano. With this this significant order, Techano confirms its world-leading position as a supplier of advanced cargo handling equipment in offshore aquaculture, a growing and important market for the future.
Øystein Bondevik is also Van Aalst’s representative in Norway and Denmark. The company has a longstanding reputation in delivering innovative cargo handling systems and is the owner of the unique SafeWay motion compensated offshore access system.
Techano recently delivered rail mounted service units(RMSU) with several cranes per unit(cargo rail cranes) to the Nordlaks project Havfarm 1, which is under construction at the Chinese yard CIMC Raffles, Yantai. The yard is very satisfied that the delivery was delivered without problems and on time.
“It is great to see that Techano’s targeted commitment to offshore aquaculture and fisheries over the years has borne fruit. We bring our high level of expertise from the offshore oil&gas industry into these new industries making them both safer and more efficient” declares CEO Wijnand van Aalst of the Van Aalst Group.
With cutting-edge technology, Norway Royal Salmon will build semi-submersible offshore fish farms, designed for very harsh offshore areas. The first plant will be located outside Troms and fish are planned in the cages during the autumn 2020. By moving the plant out of the fjords, both better area utilization of Norwegian waters as well as a significantly smaller environmental footprint is achieved.
AOF will be completed at Fosen shipyard outside Trondheim.