In this episode, the main engine is installed. Wagenborg Superintendent Udo Borger explains how this was done, and Nedlift Engineer Daan Rieks explains why this method was chosen. Chris van den Dool from mobile machining company De Wiel Services installed the propeller shaft and discusses all the aspects involved in the process.
In this episode: Images of the main engine during the Factory Acceptance Test at Wärtsilä's Smart Technology Hub in Finland. The deck hatches arrive in Farmsum by pontoon. Towage captain Jan Gerbers explains what this involves. And crane operator Guido Egbertsen talks about the importance of teamwork when installing the deckhouse.
In this episode, supervisor Dolf Bos tells everything about the commissioning, Eekels project manager Bob Meendering highlights the bridge desk progress and Koert Smit tells about his role as IT engineer.
Niestern Sander Shipyard is proud to announce the initiation of the construction process for the EasyMax 4, a groundbreaking multipurpose vessel. Recently, a steel cutting ceremony marked the beginning of this project, set to be delivered and operational by 2024.
In this episode, Wagenborg Shipping's Newbuilding Superintendent Udo tells everything about the transport of the foreship. Wagenborg Nedlift's Self Propelled Modular Transporter-operator Victor explains how this works in practice. Bert Kuiken, Director Lending at ABN-AMRO gives an insight in how financing enables sustainability in the shipping industry with initiatives such as the EasyMax.
Section construction of the EasyMax III is progressing well, says Supervisor Section Construction Harbert Bruggers. Ironworker Michael certainly contributed to this. He and his colleagues build the sections and help Wolfard & Wessels install their piping.