News

november 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...[meer...]

oktober 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,...[meer...]

oktober 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...[meer...]

augustus 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...[meer...]

juni 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. [meer...]

april 2018

New TRAMARSA tug with SCHOTTEL propulsion

SCHOTTEL has secured a contract with Peruvian tug operator TRAMARSA to provide propulsion units for a new escort and harbour tug which is under construction at Chinese Jiangsu Wuxi Shipyard. The new vessel will be equipped with...[meer...]

maart 2018

SCHOTTEL to propel harbour tug in New Zealand

SCHOTTEL received an order for thrusters for a new harbour tug to be built for Christchurch based Lyttelton Port Company Ltd. (LPC). The port holds the title as the largest port in the South Island of New Zealand.

 

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