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novembre 2018

SCHOTTEL strengthens presence in Nordic region

As of November 2018, SCHOTTEL Norway AS and Frydenbø SCHOTTEL Nordic AS have been merged under SCHOTTEL Nordic AS. The German propulsion expert is now able to provide both newbuilding advise and after sales services in the Nordic...[leggi]

novembre 2018

Extended lifecycle thanks to SCHOTTEL control upgrade

SCHOTTEL GmbH has successfully carried out a control upgrade on a seagoing and harbour tug equipped with azimuth thrusters from another market supplier. Instead of replacing the entire propulsion system (including mechanics and...[leggi]

novembre 2018

Four new US Navy tugs propelled by SCHOTTEL

The US Navy has ordered four newly designed yard tugs from Washington-based Dakota Creek Industries. Each of the ASD tugs will be equipped with two SCHOTTEL Rudderpropellers. The azimuth thrusters are provided with the...[leggi]

ottobre 2018

First fully-electric vessels to operate in Canada with SCHOTTEL propulsion

SCHOTTEL has signed a contract with Damen Shipyards to equip the first fully-electric vessels to operate in Canada. The new Amherst Island and Wolfe Island ferries will be propelled by four SCHOTTEL Twin Propellers STP 260 FP,...[leggi]

ottobre 2018

Fleet of new SCHOTTEL-propelled tugs for Med Marine completed

With the new tug “MED XXIX”, which was recently put into service, Turkey-based Med Marine’s new fleet of six SCHOTTEL-propelled vessels is now complete. The ASD-type tugs are designed for harbour and terminal operations as well...[leggi]

agosto 2018

SCHOTTEL to appoint new CEO and create two main business areas for its Maritime Business

Spay/Germany, 29 August 2018: Today SCHOTTEL announced that it has appointed Mr Stefan Kaul as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) & President Industrial Operations. The appointment follows the departure of Dr Christian...[leggi]

giugno 2018

Following a successful Scottish testing programme the first PLAT-I platform is being relocated to Nova Scotia, Canada

Sustainable Marine Energy is preparing to ship the PLAT-I tidal energy platform from Connel in Western Scotland to Grand Passage in Nova Scotia. [leggi]

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