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Contract signing for the delivery of 4 gearboxes

Last week our colleague Fred Duel together with Leon den Haan of TeamCo Shipyard signed the official contract for the supply of 4 Masson Marine W4400 NC non shiftable reduction gear boxes intended for two new build vessels. The end customer will use the vessels for navigation on the river Rhône. The gearboxes will be fully 3.2 certified by Bureau Veritas, and installed in the diesel electric powered vessels by mid-April 2022. The 3.2 certificates

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Acquisition of Verhoef EMC by the Stokvis Group

As per the first of June 2021 the Voorhout based Stokvis Group has taken over the electrotechnical specialist Verhoef EMC located in Sliedrecht from Pon Holding. With this acquisition the Stokvis Group strengthens her expertise in the field of hybrid drive systems, electrotechnical installations and services. This is of particular importance for ADS van STIGT one of the subsidiaries of the Stokvis Group. Together, the sister companies offer a complete

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Sea trial Mts Mallorca

Already in a holiday mood? Mts Mallorca, property of Marbia Shipping, undoubtedly takes your thoughts towards south European holiday destinations, just like the names of the other vessels in the Marbia fleet. The Mallorca is a handsome and generously dimensioned tanker measuring 135 metres by 17,6 metres.For the Mallorca we have supplied two Masson W7200 reversing gears. The gears are mounted behind both CAT 3512 propulsion engines (1118 kW @ 1600

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Brand new 125 meter long motor tanker

The Mts RIAD is a brand-new motor tanker measuring 125 meter by 11,45 meter. The vessel stands out in the crowd by virtue of her special paint scheme and stainless steel details. The ship is owned by the Weima family, who decided to make their new ship Stage V ready, which in view of the future is a very sensible step.We supplied two Masson W4400 reversing gears. The reversing gears are positioned behind the CAT C32 propulsion engines (2 x 746 @ 1650

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The Mts Monteverdi ready to transport fuels

After a successful trial voyage last week, the Mts Monteverdi has been handed over to its owners. The 110 metre long  Type C tanker was built by the Veka Group, and the 14 tanks aboard have a combined capacity of 5.300 m3. The intended cargo is liquid fuel.The Mts Monteverdi will be operated primarily between Rotterdam and Antwerp and along the Belgian coast. The first commercial journey this week will be between Antwerp and Flushing. Since the

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