|One of the several MoorMaster™ automated mooring units installed at the St. Lawrence Seway in Canada. The Seaway recently placed an order - the largest MoorMaster™ order to date - for a large number of units throughout the 600-kilometre lock system.|
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Port of Helsinki once again selects Cavotec automated mooring for faster, safer and cleaner operations
Press releases • Oct 02, 2019 07:01 GMT
Finland’s Port of Helsinki has made a repeat order for Cavotec’s MoorMaster™ automated mooring system as part of wider efforts to optimize safety and efficiency and reduce environmental impact. This is the second MoorMaster™ order at Port of Helsinki and follows similar orders from the Port of Turku and Port of Tallinn in recent months.
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 • 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 25, 2016 08:03 GMT
An agreement has been signed between Cavotec Group and Wärtsilä to jointly develop the world’s first combined induction charging and automatic mooring concept.
Press releases • Oct 13, 2015 08:00 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has been awarded three separate orders for its innovative MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology for applications in Australia, Canada and the United States, with a combined value of approximately EUR 6.5 million.
Press releases • Jan 08, 2015 07:46 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has won orders for its innovative technologies for ports in Australia, Indonesia, Oman, Portugal and Turkey, and for two major shipping lines, with a combined value of more than EUR 11.5 million.
Press releases • Feb 26, 2014 12:11 GMT
Cavotec has won three orders worth a total of more than EUR 28 million for MoorMaster™ automated mooring systems at applications in Australia, Canada and Denmark, one of which — for the St. Lawrence Seaway in Canada — is the largest to date for MoorMaster™, and one of the biggest projects in the history of the Group.
Blog posts • Jun 13, 2019 11:32 GMT
Cavotec will be at TOC Europe to meet customers who want to know more about our crane electrification, automated mooring, shore power, and connection and charging systems.
Blog posts • Nov 27, 2018 10:00 GMT
Cavotec is to supply its innovative MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology for use with two new-build, fully electrically powered ferries at five berths in Canada’s Great Lakes – the country’s first fully electrical non-cable vessels – highlighting how MoorMaster™ is a key technology for expanding the use of e-vessels.
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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Cavotec's MoorMaster™ is a vacuum-based mooring technology that eliminates the need for conventional mooring lines. Remote controlled vac...
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Documents • May 16, 2014 08:04 GMT
Dry Cargo International reports on our latest round of MoorMasterTM automated mooring projects at applications in Australia, Canada and Denmark, one of which — for the St. Lawrence Seaway in Canada — is the largest to date for technology, and one of the biggest projects in the history of the group.