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 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 6.5M from two of the world’s largest shipping lines
Cavotec has won substantial orders for its shore power connection systems from two of the world’s largest container shipping lines, underlining its role as a leading supplier of cleantech systems and a key enabler of the decarbonisation of ports.
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.
Cavotec supports sustainable development of China’s cruise sector
As ports, shipping lines, and authorities in China strive to reduce emissions from shipping, our innovative shore power technologies are playing a key role in delivering substantive change.
Cavotec connects Asia’s first e-ferry to electrical power
Our innovative charging technologies have connected Asia’s first e-ferry to electrical power, eliminating emissions and dramatically reducing operating costs, and highlighting Cavotec’s leading position in this increasingly important segment.
Canadian ports cut emissions with Cavotec shore power technologies
Cavotec shore power systems are helping ports in Canada make substantial reductions in cruise and container ship emissions, with the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) recently reporting that its shore power initiatives are expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by some 2,800 tonnes a year.
World’s first combined induction transfer and automated mooring system successfully tested with hybrid ferry
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.
Drilling down to safer, cleaner, cost-efficient offshore operations
We’re at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston this week, the world’s largest oil and gas industry event, showing how our innovative technologies are making offshore applications safer, cleaner and more cost-efficient.
Cavotec and Port of Los Angeles mark environmental co-operation with inauguration of shore power system for USS Iowa
Global engineering group Cavotec, the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) and the historic Battleship IOWA museum unveiled a public Alternative Maritime Power (AMP) educational exhibit during a recent reception commemorating Battleship USS IOWA’s new shore-side power connection, close to the Port of Los Angeles’ World Cruise Center.