|Watch our latest video showing how our innovative MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology moors vessels safely and quickly - making mooring lines obsolete and delivering dramatic improvements in operational efficiency. MoorMaster™ has completed more than 200,000 mooring operations to date at bulk and container handling, Ro/Ro and lock applications worldwide.|
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Press Releases • Jun 14, 2016 09:18 GMT
Cavotec's MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology has registered two major breakthroughs — completion of At Sea Demonstrations of the US Navy's Advanced Mooring System; and a second order for a combined MoorMaster™ and battery charging system for a hybrid passenger ferry application — underscoring the acceptance of MoorMaster™ in the industry, and the technology's substantial market potential.
Press Releases • Jan 02, 2017 07:43 GMT
Cavotec SA's previously announced strategic plan and new organisational structure — based on two distinct Business Units (BU), Ports & Maritime and Airports & Industry — entered into effect on January 1, 2017.
Press Releases • May 04, 2018 08:46 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has launched its new tagline and strategic direction statement. Two defining elements of the Cavotec identity that reflect the Group’s key role as a trusted industrial partner for a global customer base, and its intent to maximise future growth potential.
Press Releases • Nov 04, 2016 08:38 GMT
Marine systems innovator Cavotec has won important MoorMaster™ automated mooring orders from existing MoorMaster™ customer, the Port of Salalah in Oman, for use at two container berths – another sign of the increasing acceptance of this innovative mooring technology by the global shipping sector.
Press Releases • May 30, 2018 11:42 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has officially opened its new world-class production facility in Milan, which is set to ensure the Group’s manufacturing and supply chain excellence in the years ahead.
Blog posts • Sep 16, 2016 08:00 GMT
We're delighted that the carbon fibre passenger ferry, Vision of the Fjords, has been named "Ship of the Year" at SMM in Hamburg, the world's leading maritime trade fair. This extraordinary battery-powered hybrid vessel relies on Cavotec shore power systems to charge its battery units.
Blog posts • Nov 24, 2017 09:54 GMT
The Port of Salalah climbed 17 places in the One Hundred Ports survey published by Lloyd’s List. A performance made possible – in part at least – by the installation of our innovative automated mooring technology, MoorMaster.
Blog posts • Oct 12, 2017 13:00 GMT
EX-certified MoorMaster™ automated mooring units have played a key role in enabling the first ever transfer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from a ship to a floating LNG platform, a breakthrough that customer ConnectLNG describes as a “new era” in LNG distribution.
World’s first combined induction transfer and automated mooring system successfully tested with hybrid ferry
Blog posts • Sep 21, 2017 07:58 GMT
Cavotec, together with group of industrial partners, has made history with the world's first successful testing of a combined wireless induction charging and automated mooring system with a hybrid passenger ferry.
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This article is reproduced here with kind permission of Shippax. Learn more about the 2017 Shippax awards here: https://www.shippax.com/en/shippax-awards/shippax-award-2017.aspx. Vision of the Fjords is a battery-powered hybrid passenger ferry in Norway that uses Cavotec shore power systems to charge its battery units.