Cavotec enables Europe’s first shore power connection of tanker vessel
The Swedish port of Gävle recently became one of the first in the world to successfully connect a tanker vessel to a shoreside electricity system provided by Cavotec.
Cavotec launches ultra-fast Megawatt Charging System for battery-powered vehicles
Heralding a major breakthrough in industrial e-vehicle and e-vessel charging, global engineering group Cavotec has launched its ultra-fast Megawatt Charging System (MCS). Providing up to 3MW of power from a single connector, the MCS is a turnkey DC charging solution with grid-to-inlet functionality that supports the decarbonisation of industrial vehicles and ships.
A new charging system set to transform the market
We’re launching a brand-new charging solution at Bauma 2022 that is set to transform operational safety and efficiency at industrial applications all over the world. We’ll also be exhibiting our existing range of powerful charging and electrification technologies at the event that kicks off in Munich on 24th October. #bauma #evinfrastructure #emobility #constructionindustry #mining #tunneling
MoorMaster automated mooring completes one million moorings
Our MoorMaster™ automated mooring systems have completed more than one million moorings at bulk, ferry, Ro/Ro, container handling and lock applications all over the world, making ports safer, more efficient and more sustainable.
APM Terminals highlights MoorMaster’s role in port decarbonisation at APM Terminals MedPort Tangier
Cavotec will support the decarbonisation at APM Terminals MedPort Tangier by providing its next generation vacuum mooring system MoorMaster NxG. The automated transhipment terminal is one of the most technologically advanced, safest, and efficient terminals in the world.
Latest MoorMaster system enters service in New Zealand
Our MoorMaster automated vacuum mooring technology marks a major milestone today with the official opening of the new 6 Wharf at Napier Port in New Zealand, the country's fourth largest port by container handling volume.
Cavotec has won a multi-year shore power order worth EUR 15.7 million
Cavotec has won a shore power order valued at EUR 15.7 million from a major global shipping line. Deliveries are scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2022 and continue throughout 2023 and 2024.
Cavotec appoints David Pagels as new CEO
David Pagels, 54, has been appointed CEO of Cavotec SA. Pagels will assume the position as CEO of Cavotec during May 2022.
Cavotec wins breakthrough cleantech order for industrial battery charging worth over EUR 3M
In a major development signalling Cavotec’s entry into industrial battery charging for heavy duty vehicles, Cavotec is to supply a proof-of-concept battery charging system for use with heavy-duty mining trucks. The value of this first order is over EUR 3M with a potential for follow up orders, opening up a market that is estimated to be worth several hundred million euros in the coming years.
Cavotec further strengthens presence in Asian market with shore power orders worth EUR 2.2M
Cavotec has won landmark shore power connection orders from two major customers in Asia, highlighting Cavotec’s growing presence in the region and our key role in enabling the decarbonisation of the maritime sector. The total value of the orders is more than EUR 2.2M. The orders were booked in the first quarter and deliveries are expected to start in the third quarter of this year.
Foot on the accelerator
Cavotec CEO Mikael Norin has recorded a video message in which he speaks about our performance in 2021 and the success of our focus on cleantech solutions for ports and industrial applications, and how Cavotec is now at an inflection point, where previously niche markets are becoming mass markets.
Cavotec wins cleantech orders worth EUR 2M to equip world’s largest container ships
Cavotec has once again been awarded shore power equipment orders from a major global shipping line. The equipment, which will enable safe and fast connection to shoreside electricity, will be retrofitted to some of the largest container ships in the world.