It is with great pleasure that we at Deltamarin are following and supporting our client Viking Line in their efforts to operate in a more environmental-friendly way. Their latest effort has been to implement the use of wind energy as an additional source of thrust on board their vessels.
Deltamarin will take a step towards strengthening its offering in tanker (oil, chemicals and LNG) design development. We will develop new-generation products with high emphasis on safety, optimal performance and low carbon footprint. To support achieving these goals, Deltamarin has recruited Mr Mauri Harki to lead the new customer process for the tanker segment.
Safety design is not only about fulfilling the rules but also caring about human lives and the environment. Deltamarin’s experience of several Safe Return to Port ships and the continuous development of our design tools give us a head start in designing functional and cost-efficient systems.
Deltamarin Ltd has signed a contract with Chinese Guangzhou Shipyard International Co, Ltd (GSI) for consultancy and engineering services for the DFDS ro-pax ferries. This order supports Deltamarin’s strategy to further strengthen our position in the passenger vessel segment.
Deltamarin together with Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) has studied the use of membrane-type tanks on cargo and passenger vessels. A unique portfolio of cargo and passenger vessels has been created to save valuable cargo space compared to classic cylindrical-type LNG tank solutions and to enable the use of LNG for long ocean voyages.
2017 has been positively busy for all of us working in the Deltamarin Group companies. At the year-end our new Managing Director would like to share some of his thoughts about what the year brought.
Increasing the utilisation of inland waterways is currently a hot topic, especially in Central Europe. Climate change and environmental protection are also at the centre of public attention. To deal with these issues the naval architects from Deltamarin’s office in Gdansk have developed a multipurpose inland vessel called DeltaBreaker. The design combines the features of […]
Janne Uotila, M.Sc., eMBA has been appointed Deltamarin’s new Managing Director as of September 1, 2017.
Deltamarin has signed contracts with Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) for the basic design of deck outfitting and machinery for the vessels to be built in the Finnish Navy’s Squadron 2020 project. The work will be done on the client’s premises in Rauma and Turku and will last until spring 2018.
Development of an intelligent approach to ship propulsion systems is a central aim of the joined research project that Deltamarin’s Polish branch is currently participating in. The Smart Propulsion System (abbreviated to “smartPS”) project is a common undertaking of seven different partners from three European counties.