|The world's most powerful automated charging system - a 5MW fast battery charger - that we developed for an application in Norway. The speed and automation of the system are key enablers for the electrical vessel market and another example of how we're delivering profitable sustainability. Many thanks to Oslo public transport provider, Ruter, for shooting the original material for this video.|
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Press releases • Nov 20, 2020 07:10 GMT
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.
Press releases • Sep 23, 2020 07:48 GMT
An innovative high-power e-truck charging solution, developed by Cavotec in partnership with the Port of Long Beach (POLB) and International Transportation Service (ITS), has won the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) 2020 Facilities Engineering Award.
Blog posts • Dec 18, 2020 09:33 GMT
In recent weeks, ports around the world have been hit by delays and backlogs caused by factors including a surge in demand, a lack of empty containers, and the coronavirus – the latter manifesting as mass quarantining, social distancing, illness, and lockdowns. In the UK, these issues were compounded by fears of a no-deal Brexit.
Blog posts • Dec 07, 2020 09:13 GMT
How is Cavotec making profitable sustainability a reality for customers worldwide, ensuring a future world that is safer, more efficient, and more sustainable today? At a recent investors’ meeting event that we hosted in Stockholm and online, we set out how we’re a key enabler of profitable sustainability. We spoke to Memed Uzel, Cavotec’s Chief Commercial Officer, to find out more.
Blog posts • Sep 28, 2020 09:35 GMT
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.