Nexans Subsea Operations has signed a shipbuilding contract with Ulstein Verft on the development of a big, DP3 cable laying vessel.
CEO Gunvor Ulstein, Ulstein Group, feedback:
“We are very happy that Nexans, a stable and essential participant, chooses Ulstein to assemble their new flag ship. We have a powerful organisation with lengthy expertise in delivering superior vessels. The contract was received in powerful, worldwide competitors. We look ahead to a constructive and fruitful cooperation with Nexans within the years to come back”.
The vessel might be outfitted for energy cable laying, together with bundle laying, cable jointing and restore and cable system safety and trenching. The ST-297 CLV is designed by Skipsteknisk, Alesund. The vessel is developed for operations in tough climate and has excessive manoeuvrability and station conserving capabilities. Ulstein Verft will assemble the vessel and put together for the topside gear.
The superior cable laying vessel has a turntable with a big cable capability of 10,000 tonnes, and the fibre optic basket holds 450 tonnes. The vessel is 31 m huge, 149.9 m lengthy, with a deadweight of 17,000 tonnes, and she will accommodate 90 individuals.
“We are skilled in establishing giant and complicated vessels and we look ahead to commencing the work on the cable laying vessel for Nexans”, says Kristian Saetre, managing director at Ulstein Verft.
Nexans’s core exercise consists of superior cabling and connectivity options. With a 120-year historical past, the corporate of at present employs greater than 26,000 individuals.
Norway-headquartered Ulstein Group is a family-run firm established in 1917, and specialised in ship design, shipbuilding, techniques and companies for the maritime market. (Source: Ulstein Verft)
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