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 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.
Cavotec divests its Airports business to US-based investment company Fernweh Group
Cavotec has signed an agreement to divest its Airports business to US-based investment company Fernweh Group LLC.
Cavotec opens office in Malaysia to meet growth in Asian market
Cavotec is to open a new office in Malaysia to create a stronger presence in the Asian market. Opening the new office is a key part of Cavotec’s strategy to further leverage its strong position in the fast-growing markets for electrification and automation of ports in Asia and around the world.
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 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.
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.
Cavotec signs order to extend leadership in Norwegian e-charging market estimated to be worth EUR 60 million in the next five years
Cavotec has received a repeat order from Fjord1 in Norway – one of the world’s largest operators of e-ferries – to equip two new berths with its next generation Automatic Plug-in System (APS) for charging of e-ferries. The APS solution will charge three e-ferries on the Halsa and Kanestraum route.
Cavotec’s next generation e-ferry charging solution enters service in Norway
Cavotec’s next generation Automatic Plug-in System (APS) solution for charging electric ferries has entered service in Oslo, enabling safe, fast and clean vessel charging, and highlighting our role as a leading supplier of innovative automation and electrification technologies.
Port of Helsinki once again selects Cavotec automated mooring for faster, safer and cleaner operations
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.
Shore power, charging infrastructure could cut CO2 emissions in Norway by 12.5 million tonnes
Shore power and charging infrastructure could reduce CO2 emissions by as much as 12.5 million tonnes at ports in Norway every year – this is one of the main conclusions of a report compiled by a pool of experts from ABB, DNV GL, the Port of Oslo, and Cavotec, working under the auspices of ReCharge, an initiative that seeks to pave the way for zero emission ports in the Scandinavian country.