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september 2020

Royal Niestern Sander orders SCHOTTEL thrusters for world’s first shallow-draught ice-breaking walk-to-work vessel

German propulsion expert SCHOTTEL has been awarded a contract to supply Royal Niestern Sander with thrusters for a new shallow-draught vessel. The Dutch shipyard is currently building a 75.9-metre-long and 14-metre-wide...[meer...]

september 2020

Land purchase in Saint Petersburg: new service center for SCHOTTEL in Russia

A new service center is planned for Saint Petersburg to further strengthen OOO SCHOTTEL’s sound market position in Russia. In fact, the Board of Management of the German propulsion specialist has already approved the acquisition...[meer...]

september 2020

Caspian Sea: SCHOTTEL to equip two shallow-draft AHTS vessels for demanding operations

The German propulsion expert SCHOTTEL has been awarded a contract to supply a total of eight propulsion units to the Turkish Atlas Shipyard. Two Anchor Handling Tug Supply (AHTS) vessels, ordered by the Russian company POLAR LLC...[meer...]

september 2020

New SCHOTTEL Service Center in Brazil: enhanced equipment, more flexible services for ship propulsion systems

According to its Latin American service strategy, SCHOTTEL do Brasil will soon be able to offer more services for existing and new marine customers in a new service center located in Itajaí, Santa Catarina. After German...[meer...]

augustus 2020

SCHOTTEL wins repeat order to supply pump jets for Mystic Cruises

German propulsion manufacturer SCHOTTEL has won a contract to supply state-of-the-art pump jets for five additional expedition cruise ships (with option to include a sixth) for Portuguese-based company Mystic Cruises. Two pump...[meer...]

augustus 2020

Four more Norled ferries equipped with SCHOTTEL EcoPellers

"Festøya", the first of a total of four SCHOTTEL-equipped hybrid ferries for Norwegian ferry operator Norled, has recently entered operation. Each of the four double-ended RoPax ferries built at the Remontowa shipyard...[meer...]

augustus 2020

120 tonnes of bollard pull: SCHOTTEL to propel Med Marine-built salvage tug for Kenya Ports Authority

The German propulsion expert SCHOTTEL has secured a contract with Turkish shipyard Med Marine to provide azimuth thrusters for a new salvage tug ordered by Kenya Ports Authority (KPA). It will be equipped with main and auxiliary...[meer...]

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