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  • Vroon to Sell 40 Vessels in Offshore Operations...

    Dutch shipping group Vroon, which has been a family-run business for more than 130 years, has succumbed to financial pressures that were exacerbated by global events and economic pressures in the past year. The company, which had been working to grow its offshore services as well as operating a fleet of tankers and livestock carriers, reports it will complete a delayed financial restructuring which will see control handed over to its lenders and parts of its fleet sold.

  • DAMEN, NAPA AND BUREAU VERITAS SUCCESSFULLY...

    Damen Engineering has announced the completion of their first vessel design to be entirely created, reviewed and class-approved using 3D models in collaboration with leading classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) and global maritime software provider NAPA.

  • Solstad is first offshore customer on Marlink...

    Marlink, the smart network solutions company, continues the roll-out of its new blend of hybrid network services, equipping Solstad Offshore vessels with Starlink connectivity integrated with the well-established highly reliable Sealink VSAT, L-band backup and 4G services.

  • Volstad Maritime orders NES battery pack for...

    Volstad Maritime has contracted Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) to deliver the battery package and associated control system for battery charging to the M/S Deep Cygnus subsea construction vessel, according to the latter on Tuesday (3 January). 

  • Indonesia approves $3 billion investment for...

    Indonesia has approved the first plan of development for the Tuna offshore gas field with an investment of nearly $3 billion up to the start of production, Reuters reported on Monday, citing upstream oil and gas regulator SKK Migas.

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Vroon to Sell 40 Vessels in Offshore Operations in its Restructuring

Dutch shipping group Vroon, which has been a family-run business for more than 130 years, has succumbed to financial pressures that were exacerbated by global events and economic pressures in the past year. The company, which had been working to grow its offshore services as well as operating a fleet of tankers and livestock carriers, reports it will complete a delayed financial restructuring which will see control handed over to its lenders and parts of its fleet sold.

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