Sweden’s next generation vacuum mooring and shore power connection enter service in Stockholm
Sweden’s first MoorMaster NxG vacuum mooring system officially entered service last week, paving the way for significant safety, operational and sustainability gains. The system, at Port of Kapellskär, part of Ports of Stockholm, is now being used with Finnlines’ new-build Ro/Pax passenger and freight vessel, Finnsirius.
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.
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.
Automated mooring can cut pollution equal to a million cars. Free tool available for ports to calculate impact.
A new case study by Starcrest Consulting Group shows fast mooring with Cavotec’s MoorMaster automated mooring system can reduce annual carbon emissions from container vessels by tens of thousands of tonnes in a single port.
Cavotec secures order with Port of Stockholm for first automated mooring system in Sweden, reducing CO2 emissions by up to 5,000 tonnes per year
Cavotec has extended its leading position in automated mooring with two major orders for its MoorMaster™ NxG system, one in Sweden – the first order for MoorMaster in a market with considerable growth potential – and the other in neighbouring Finland, where the technology is already well established.
More orders in Norway for Cavotec’s next generation vacuum mooring system
Cavotec has been awarded an order for its next generation vacuum mooring technology, MoorMaster™ NxG, from leading Norwegian ferry operator Fjord 1. The systems will be used with a new-build, zero-emission vessel to reduce energy consumption in port. The customer has also signed a long-term service agreement for the operator’s existing MoorMaster vacuum mooring systems and e-vessel charging units.
Cavotec wins breakthrough automated vacuum mooring order in Far East
In a major breakthrough for automated mooring, our MoorMaster technology has been selected for installation at a roll-on/roll-off berth in a key market in the Far East. This is the first installation of this unique mooring system in Asia and highlights widespread interest in the technology and its growing use around the world.
Cavotec wins additional automated mooring and vessel e-charging orders worth EUR 6.5M
Cavotec is to supply automated vacuum mooring systems for ports in Australia and New Zealand, and automated e-charging systems for the world’s first fleet of zero-emission, autonomous battery powered ships in Norway. These projects, with a combined order value of approximately EUR 6.5 million, show growing interest from around the world in Cavotec’s solutions for profitable sustainability.
Cavotec to open new innovation centre focusing on profitable sustainability solutions for marine customers
Cavotec, the world’s leading manufacturer of connection and electrification solutions for ports, airports, and a wide variety of industrial applications, will open a new innovation centre in the Netherlands at the beginning of 2021.
Maritime industry under pressure on emissions
One of the world’s most conservative sectors is now witnessing a fundamental shift as efforts are made to transform its environmental footprint under intense pressure from its stakeholders. Across the maritime industry – typically slow to change – steps are being taken to reduce emissions and operate more sustainably, with the ultimate goal of achieving zero emissions.