|Safe, efficient, automated mooring and vessel charging: this video shows how our combined MoorMaster™, shore power and Automatic Plug-in System moors and charges the world's first fully battery-powered catamaran ferry, Ampere, operated by Norwegian ferry operator Norled, and in service at the Lavik and Oppedal berths.|
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Cavotec signs order to extend leadership in Norwegian e-charging market estimated to be worth EUR 60 million in the next five years
Press releases • Mar 27, 2020 13:56 GMT
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.
Press releases • Mar 26, 2020 11:28 GMT
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
Press releases • Oct 02, 2019 07:01 GMT
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.
Press releases • Jul 22, 2019 12:00 GMT
Cavotec’s MoorMaster™ automated mooring system has been selected for two passenger ferry berths at the Port of Tallinn in Estonia, the second order of this type for the unmanned mooring technology in a matter of weeks.
Press releases • Jun 24, 2019 08:30 GMT
Cavotec has won another order for its innovative MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology for a ferry berth at the Port of Turku in Finland. The system will be delivered in 2020.
Press releases • Mar 04, 2019 08:22 GMT
Cavotec has signed an agreement with a port operator to equip two berths at a terminal with MoorMaster™ automated mooring systems. Deliveries are scheduled to start in 2019, with the systems entering service in 2020. The order value amounts to approximately EUR 10.3 million, whereof a majority is expected to be recorded in 2019 and the remainder in 2020.
Press releases • May 30, 2018 11:42 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has officially opened its new world-class production facility in Milan, which is set to ensure the Group’s manufacturing and supply chain excellence in the years ahead.
Press releases • May 04, 2018 08:46 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has launched its new tagline and strategic direction statement. Two defining elements of the Cavotec identity that reflect the Group’s key role as a trusted industrial partner for a global customer base, and its intent to maximise future growth potential.
Press releases • Apr 20, 2018 08:22 GMT
Cavotec is set to revolutionise the operation of e-vessels by delivering and maintaining its automated, unmanned, mooring system MoorMaster™ for e-ferry ports across Norway. With these orders, MoorMaster™ is now the leading technology to safely and efficiently moor e-vessels, a segment set for rapid growth.
Press releases • Feb 08, 2017 10:38 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has been awarded significant orders for its innovative systems for marine propulsion, shore power supply, and crane electrification systems, with a combined value of EUR 10 million, highlighting the Group's pivotal position in the global Ports & Maritime segment.
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This article is reproduced here with kind permission of Shippax. Learn more about the 2017 Shippax awards here: https://www.shippax.com/en/shippax-awards/shippax-award-2017.aspx. Vision of the Fjords is a battery-powered hybrid passenger ferry in Norway that uses Cavotec shore power systems to charge its battery units.