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maart 2020

SCHOTTEL propulsion for next-generation Yangtze cruise vessel

German propulsion manufacturer SCHOTTEL has been awarded a contract to provide azimuth thrusters for a Chinese river cruise vessel. The newly built ship, owned by Changjiang Cruise Overseas Travel and built by China Merchants...[meer...]

maart 2020

"Atair": SCHOTTEL propulsion units for Germany’s most state-of-the-art research vessel

The "Atair" survey, wreck-search and research vessel – currently under construction at Fassmer in Berne, Germany – is equipped with SCHOTTEL propulsion systems. Ordered by the German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic...[meer...]

maart 2020

SCHOTTEL to supply medium-sized EcoPellers® to Norled

SCHOTTEL has won a contract from Ada Shipyard in Turkey to supply propulsion units for two double-ended Ro-Pax ferries. As part of the deal, the German propulsion manufacturer will provide a total of four SCHOTTEL Rudder...[meer...]

februari 2020

Polish Navy: Six newly built tugs driven by propulsion solutions from SCHOTTEL

"Bolko", the first of a total of six multi-role tugs built by Remontowa Shipyard in Poland has recently been delivered to the Polish Navy. Further five tugs – "Gniewko", "Mieszko", "Semko",...[meer...]

februari 2020

Med Marine: Turkish-built tug equipped with SCHOTTEL bestseller

SCHOTTEL has secured a contract with Turkish shipbuilder Med Marine to provide propulsion units for a newly built escort and harbour tug. The Robert-Allan-designed tugboat is under construction at the Ereğli Shipyard in Northern...[meer...]

februari 2020

Chinese harbour tug features SCHOTTEL Rudderpropellers

The German propulsion expert SCHOTTEL has recently secured a contract to provide propulsion units for a newly built harbour tug under construction at Tongfang Jiangxin Shipbuilding in China. This new tugboat, ordered by the...[meer...]

februari 2020

Two SCHOTTEL-propelled Rotortugs® for Seabulk

German propulsion manufacturer SCHOTTEL has been awarded a contract from Master Boat Builders to supply a total of six rudderpropellers to US-based Seabulk Towing Inc, a subsidiary of SEACOR Holdings Inc (NYSE: CKH). Both new...[meer...]

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