Icelandic Eimskip Ltd and Greenland-based Royal Arctic Line A/S ordered the first three container vessels based on Deltamarin’s energy-efficient and operationally optimised design. The ships are built at the Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard in China, with which Deltamarin (China) Co., Ltd signed a design contract.
The energy-efficient and operationally flexible chemical tankers are based on Deltamarin’s Ch.Delta38 design. Deltamarin provided design services for the Hudong-Zhonghua shipyard after developing the concept for Stolt Tankers.
One of the largest individual engineering packages contracted by Deltamarin for the largest construction and pipelay vessel ever built.
Every vessel’s operation can be improved and operation costs reduced. Based on the continuous development work Deltamarin has so far conducted energy efficiency audits evaluated systems and operational issues of about 30 vessels for more than 10 shipowners.
Deltamarin delivered interior detail design services for the Theater deck of the AIDAprima cruise vessel built for AIDA Cruises.
The first-ever B.Delta68 SUL (Self-Unloading) vessels were ordered by Vulica Shipping and built at Jiangsu Hantong Heavy Industry Co. Ltd.
Deltamarin provided the owner Wallenius Line with concept design, and the yard Tianjin Xingang with basic and detail design for the Hero class PCTC (pure car truck carrier) capable of carrying 8,000 CEUs.
Deltamarin provided the owner with FEED (Front End Engineering and Design) for life extension and upgrade work of an FPSO to operate on the North Sea.
Customer: AB Nynäs Petroleum — Deltamarin delivered the customer extensive contract design for the yard tendering purposes.
Deltamarin provided a feasibility study of the retrofit installation of a self-supporting Exoskeleton LNG tank for a ro-ro vessel.